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English definition of “can't see further than the end of your nose”

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can't see further than the end of your nose

If you can't see further than the end of your nose, you do not notice what is happening around you.
Translations of “can't see further than the end of your nose”
in Chinese (Traditional) 只看到鼻子底下的事, 對周圍的事不聞不問…
in Chinese (Simplified) 只看到鼻子底下的事, 对周围的事不闻不问…
(Definition of can't see further than the end of your nose from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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