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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
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