Meaning of here we go again in English:

here we go again

Translate here we go again into Spanish

phrase

  • Said to indicate that the same events, typically undesirable ones, are recurring.

    ‘She wasn't drunk, they spiked her drinks and when we told the bouncers you could tell they were thinking here we go again, another one.’
    • ‘After the moderator asked if you were certain you could get a bank loan whenever you wanted, Cairns thought, ‘Oh my God, here we go again,’ and took yet another step forward.’
    • ‘Now, the problem is that when I first watched this show, I was thinking to myself, ‘Oh no, here we go again, another narcissistic reality show.’’
    • ‘Just when you thought it was safe, and boring, to go anywhere near Place-des-Arts metro, here we go again.’
    • ‘Oh, here we go again with that Spider-man thingy; you need to get over that, Jocelyn.’
    • ‘When we went 3-0 down on 16 minutes we all looked around and at first were thinking here we go again because we had not beaten Sheffield all season.’
    • ‘Megan felt the tension build, and thought, here we go again.’
    • ‘Maybe he was thinking: Christ, here we go again.’
    • ‘‘I just thought here we go again,’ smiled Preece after his side's draw.’
    • ‘I felt my heart race. ‘Oh god, here we go again’, I was thinking.’