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blind spot

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
an area that you are not able to see, especially the part of a road you cannot see when you are driving, behind and slightly to one side of the car: It can be very dangerous if there's a vehicle in your blind spot. a subject that you find very difficult to understand at all, sometimes because you are not willing to try: I am pretty good at English, but I have a blind spot where spelling is concerned.
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