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spin one's wheels
to be in motion but to make no progress
I was spinning my wheels all week but I did not get much done.
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  • spit up (something) or spit (something) up
  • spitting image of (someone)
  • split (some people) up or split up (some people)
  • split (something) fifty-fifty
  • split hairs
  • split one's sides (with laughter)
  • split the difference
  • split up
  • splurge on (something)
  • spoken for
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  • hunger for (something)
  • dig some dirt up on (someone) or dig up some dirt on (someone)
  • speak ill of (someone)
  • a slip of the tongue
  • get in on (something)
  • over (someone`s) head
  • tune out (someone or something) or tune (someone or something) out
  • pal around (with someone)
  • suit (someone) to a T
  • back down (from someone or something)

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