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lose sight of sth

C2 to ​forget about an ​importantidea or ​fact because you are ​thinking too much about other things: I'm ​worried that we're ​losingsight of ​ouroriginalobjectives.

lose sight of sth

C2 to ​forget about an ​importantidea or ​fact because you are ​thinking too much about other things: Some ​members of the peace-keeping ​forceseem to have ​lost sight of the ​fact that they are there to ​helppeople.
(Definition of lose sight of sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lose sight of sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 忘记,忽略…
in Turkish unutmak, dikkate almamak, ...dan/den uzaklaşmak…
in Russian упускать что-либо из виду…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忘記,忽略…
in Polish zapominać o czymś, tracić coś z oczu…
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