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be/go/keep on about something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/go/keep on about somethingbe/go/keep on about somethingBritish English informalTALK TO somebody to keep talking about something, in a way that is boring or annoying He’s always going on about money. I don’t know what you’re on about! on
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be/go/keep on about somethingIt went on about 15 minutes too long.Everyone goes on about Cher's dresses, showing her navel.This made him wary as he went on about his chores and tried not to let Lucky see him.And they don't go on about his obvious flaws, like him being a doctor and having three dozen girlfriends.It sounded stupid the way she went on about loving the sea.The first I knew about it was Malcolm going on about rubber.Why do I go on about this, I wonder.However, this is the party that goes on about unemployment as though it had a good record on unemployment.
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