go round in circles

go round in circles
Meaning: work at something but keep failing to make progress with it.
Example: In the absence of adequate data, the surveyors are just going round in circles.

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be up on

Meaning: be well informed about a matter or subject

Example: If you want to start teaching English to grown-up kids, you need to be up on it else you're going to be unable to clarify their doubts. Read on

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