wouldn't know sth if you fell over one/it - definition in the British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionaries Online (US)

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wouldn't know sth if you fell over one/it

(also wouldn't know sth if it hit you in the face) informal
used to say that someone would not recognize something even if it was obvious: She wouldn't know a bargain if she fell over one!
Translations of “wouldn't know sth if you fell over one/it”
in Chinese (Traditional) 即使很明顯也識別不出…
in Chinese (Simplified) 即使很明显也识别不出…
(Definition of wouldn't know sth if you fell over one/it from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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