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yammer about (someone or something)

To talk volubly about someone or something, especially in an annoying, complaining, or peevish manner. If all you guys are going to do is yammer about the people you don't like in our class, then I think I'll go study somewhere else. He keeps yammering about all the problems with the project, but he never offers any helpful suggestions or solutions.
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yammer away about (someone or something)

To talk ceaselessly or volubly about someone or something, especially in an annoying, complaining, or peevish manner. All they do whenever we get together is yammer away about kids they don't like in our class. He keeps yammering away about all the problems with the project, but he never offers any helpful suggestions or solutions.
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yammer on (and on) about (someone or something)

To talk ceaselessly or volubly about someone or something, especially in an annoying, complaining, or peevish manner. All they do whenever we get together is yammer on and on about kids they don't like in our class. He keeps yammering on about all the problems with the project, but he never offers any helpful suggestions or solutions.
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yammer on (at one)

To talk (to one) in an exhausting, tedious, and lengthy manner, especially about something trite or meaningless. I got stuck sitting next to Randy at the company dinner, and he just yammered on and on all night about his fantasy football team. If you're just yammering on at your clients about a bunch of numbers and graphs, you probably aren't getting them very interested in what you have to say.
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yammer (away) about someone or something

to talk endlessly about someone or something. What are you yammering about? They were yammering away about the state of the economy.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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