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not get anywhere

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot get anywherenot get anywhereSUCCESSFUL informal to not be successful at all You won’t get anywhere without qualifications. anywhere
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not get anywhereI'm trying to set up a meeting, but I don't seem to be getting anywhere.A crash diet will leave you hungry, you will binge and you will not get anywhere.They were left with the feeling of not getting anywhere.Which makes the documentation all the more poignant when you know the project did not get anywhere.Still not getting anywhere in Northern Ireland, but then, who is?We're not getting anywhere like this.But the reality is that 99% of artists working in London will not get anywhere near the shortlist.When you're not getting anywhere with some one, you can choose to switch streams.
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