English version

labour the point

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlabour the pointlabour the pointEMPHASIZEto describe or explain something in too much detail or when people have already understood it labour
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labour the pointUnited were too liberal with their marking and Lee Clark laboured the point. 7 minutes later, they took overall control.I understand what you're saying -- there's no need to labour the point.Enough has been said, and there is no need to labour the point.
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