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have eyes in the back of your head

to ​know everything that is ​happening around you: Parents of ​youngchildren need to have ​eyes in the back of ​theirheads.
(Definition of have eyes in the back of your head from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “have eyes in the back of your head”
in Chinese (Simplified) 眼观六路, 目光敏锐, 什么都能觉察到…
in Chinese (Traditional) 眼觀四方, 目光敏銳, 甚麼都能察覺到…
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