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rabbit on

To talk continually for an excessive or irritating length of time. Originally derived from the Cockney rhyming slang term "rabbit and pork," meaning "talk." Primarily heard in UK. Sorry for rabbiting on about my problems. I haven't even asked how you are doing! He just rabbited on about his work while I pretended to listen.
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