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English definition of “with your eyes closed/shut”

with your eyes closed/shut

If you could do something with your eyes closed or shut, you could do it very easily because you have done it many times: I could do that journey with my eyes shut. noticing nothing: Half the time you go around with your eyes shut.
(Definition of with your eyes closed/shut from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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