bury/have your head in the sand Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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bury/have your head in the sand

to ​refuse to ​think about ​unpleasantfacts, ​although they will have an ​influence on ​yoursituation: You've got to ​facefacts here - you can't just ​buryyour head in the ​sand.
(Definition of bury/have your head in the sand from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bury/have your head in the sand”
in Chinese (Simplified) 逃避现实,不愿意面对现实…
in Chinese (Traditional) 逃避現實,不願意面對現實…
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