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Meaning of “same old same old” - Learner’s Dictionary

same old same old

informal
used to say that a situation or someone's behaviour remains the same, especially when it it boring or annoying: Most people just keep on doing the same old same old every day.
Translations of “same old same old”
in Chinese (Traditional) 老套,千篇一律…
in Russian всё по-старому…
in Turkish hep aynı şeyler, git gel aynı şey, aynı tas aynı hamam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 老一套,千篇一律…
in Polish po staremu…
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