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"in a world of your own" in British English

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in a world of your own

also in another world
thinking your own thoughts and ideas and not giving much attention to what is happening around you: When she was young, she lived in a world of her own and had very few friends.
(Definition of in a world of your own from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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in a world of your own

not giving much attention to what is happening around you, because you are thinking about something else: He won't hear you – he's off in a world of his own.
(Definition of in a world of your own from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “in a world of your own”
in Chinese (Simplified) 沉浸在自己的世界中,与外界隔绝…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沉浸在自己的世界中,與外界隔絕…
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