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Meaning of “blind spot” - Learner’s Dictionary

blind spot

noun [C]    
DIFFICULTY a difficulty in accepting or understanding a particular thing: She has a complete blind spot where relations with the press are concerned.Unaware
ROAD the part of the road just behind you, that you cannot see when you are drivingRoad surfaces and features
(Definition of blind spot from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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