52. It's no use + (verb+ing)
i) if someone says "it's no use trying to fix the old car, it's beyond repair," they are suggesting that the car is in such bad condition that no amount of effort or repair will make it functional again.
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It's no use crying over spilled milk.
It's no use arguing with someone who doesn't want to listen.
It's no use complaining about the weather, we can't change it.
It's no use trying to fix the old computer, it's beyond repair.
It's no use dwelling on the past, let's focus on the future.
It's no use worrying about things that are out of our control.
It's no use procrastinating, we have a deadline to meet.
It's no use searching for your lost phone if the battery is dead.
It's no use denying the truth, we need to face it and deal with it.
It's no use waiting for someone who's never going to show up.