heard it all before

E_DG

Senior Member
Italian
Hi,

in the sentence

I know you never have any free time. Save it, Ward, I've heard it all before

what does the part in italics mean? In the dictionary (http://www.wordreference.com/enit/hear) I found "conosco tutta la storia", which actually I cannot relate with the context.

I believed it could be something like "Spare time, as they say" or "Save the little time you have, I know well what it means". Can anyone please help me?

Thanks and happy holidays to all.
 
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