Idioms on Seeing is Understanding
idioms about Seeing is Understanding

This is lesson 3 from Idiom Part 1. Each idiom is followed by its definition and examples. After you learn them, you can use them in your daily conversation.

 

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Idioms Related To Business is War

 

English Idiom Part 1- Lesson 3

1- Open your eyes = Be aware of something

She told me something that opened my eyes.

 

2- See the point = Understand the importance of something

They couldn’t see the point of more training.

 

3- Lose sight of = Forget

He has lost sight of why I helped him.

 

4- Clear up the misunderstanding = To find satisfactory explanation for something

I want to clear up any misunderstanding about what I wrote in the article.

 

5- Short-sighted view = Lack of proper or careful judgements about the future.

It’s very short-sighted of the government to do such a thing.

 

6- Look through someone’s eyes = Consider it or do something from someone’s point of view.

She failed to fix the problem by not looking through his eyes.

 

7- As clear as mud = Not easy to understand

His instructions were as clear as mud.

 

8- Eyes wide open = Full knowledge of problems or difficulties you likely to have

To finish a project successfully, It’s necessary to have backup plans to make your eyes wide open.

 

9- Point of view = Attitude

Why can’t you ever see my point of view?

 

10- Eye-opener = A surprising information that broadens your perspective on a subject

The visit to the city’s slums was an eye-opener for the students.

 

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Idioms Related To Life is a Journey

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