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"Belaboring The Point"

To belabor the point is to talk about the thing after you have already talked about it enough.

Example: "I know we've talked about this already, and I hate to belabor the point, but I still don't think you are understanding me."

When you said it already, then you take time to keep saying it in different words, you "belabor the point."

Example: "We've already talked about this. You are belaboring the point."

You belabor the point when you spend too much time talking about that one thing.

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