keep on (one) about (something)(redirected from keep on someone (about something))
keep on (one) about (something)
To continue to remind, encourage, or nag one about something. We need to keep on our senators about this legislation so that they don't let it fall by the wayside. Mom always kept on me about my homework, and I'm very grateful to her for that.
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keep (going) on about someone or something
to continue to talk excessively about someone or something. I wish you would not keep going on about Tom and Jill. Don't keep on about my haircut. It's perfect!