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English idioms related to Knowledge & Understanding - Absence of Comprehension

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English idioms related to Knowledge & Understanding
to beat one's brains out
[phrase]
to try one's best in order to solve a problem or to understand it
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to blind sb with science
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to confuse someone by using difficult or technical words while describing something to them
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none the wiser
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used to describe a situation in which someone remains uninformed or unaware, typically after an event or the receipt of information
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to get / have one's wires crossed
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to fail to correctly understand or interpret what someone said
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to lose the plot
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to be unable to comprehend what is happening around one
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la-la land
[noun]
a state in which one does not understand the current situation due to being completely detached from reality
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beats me
[sentence]
used when one is completely unable to guess or understand something
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search me
[interjection]
used as a response to mean that one does not have any answer to a particular question
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beyond the veil
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in a state or place that is unknown or unseen, particularly referring to where people go after they die
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over one's head
[phrase]
used to refer to something that is complicated or difficult beyond one's understanding or capability
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blind spot
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a subject that is very challenging or boring to one
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to be / sound all / like Greek to sb
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used for saying that one is unable to understand the meaning of something particular
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