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go on

(TALK A LOT) 嘮叨 UK phrasal verb with go /ɡəʊ/ US  /ɡoʊ/ verb ( present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone)
to talk in an annoying way about something for a long time 嘮叨;沒完沒了地講 I just wish he'd stop going on about how brilliant his daughter is." "Yes, he does go on (a bit), doesn't he?" 「我真希望他不要再喋喋不休地說他女兒有多聰明。」「對,他是(有點兒)嘮叨,是不是?」 I wish you'd stop going on at (= criticizing repeatedly) me about my haircut. 我希望你不要再沒完沒了地批評我的髮型了。 Ways of talking
(Definition of go on phrasal verb, verb (TALK A LOT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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