here we go again


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here we go again

Something familiar, and often unpleasant or unwelcome, is happening again. The phrase usually emphasizes the speaker's frustration or annoyance that this is the case. Oh, here we go again—Mom is being passive-aggressive with me for no apparent reason.
See also: again, here, we

Here we go again.

We are going to experience the same thing again.; We are going to hear about or discuss the same thing again. John: Now, I would like to discuss your behavior in class yesterday. Bill (to himself): Here we go again. Fred: We must continue our discussion of the Wilson project. Sue: Here we go again. Fred: What's that? Sue: Nothing.
See also: again, here, we

ˌhere we go aˈgain

often used for showing you are angry or annoyed that something is starting to happen again: Here we go again! They’re digging up the road — it’s the third time this year.Here we go again — another train cancelled. This is getting ridiculous.
See also: again, here, we