someone or something that annoyingly repeats itself, as a vinyl record with a scratch
You are starting to sound like a broken record.
John Kerry has been a broken record about the need for the world to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
The refrain of “more jobs and more fish for a hungry world” plays like a broken record.
Like a broken record, I will repeat: I condemn the use of violence against civilians by anyone at any time.
For almost a decade, events around the propsed move have been repeating themselves endlessly like a broken record.
Miss Ralston was touched by this tribute to her pupil, but she could not promise to mend the broken record.
Mr. Bullfinch was so sure Jerry had been in the house and didn't dare say so because of the broken record.
I saw him cut the air, and my heart came into my mouth as I thought of a win and a broken record both.
Something or someone repetitive, tedious, and importunate: He kept asking for a raise, like a broken record