been there, done that


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been there, done that

A set phrase used to acknowledge that one has done or experienced something before, either as a form of dismissal or of empathy. Whitewater rafting? Been there, done that. Let's do something more extreme! A: "I got back to my car a mere three minutes after the meter expired, and I still got a parking ticket!" B: "Ugh, been there, done that."
See also: been, done

been there, done that

I have experienced that before If your attitude toward Las Vegas is been there, done that, perhaps it's time to try a different vacation spot.
Usage notes: sometimes used in the form been there, done that, got the T-shirt: Our manager promises things will change, but a lot of us have been there, done that, got the T-shirt, so we don't plan to stick around.
See also: been, done

been there, done that

See also: been, done

Been there, done that

verb
See also: been, done