1 to speak or write about insistently and usually tiresomely <stop
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belabourverb [ T ]. UK formal US
to talk about (something) for too long : to repeat or stress (something) too much or too often. : to attack or criticize (someone). Source: Merriam-Webster's ...
tr.v. be·la·bored, be·la·bor·ing, be·la·bors. 1. To talk or write about at length or
excessively; harp on: Don't
to spend too much time on one item of discussion. I don't want to