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Meaning of “a shot in the dark” - Learner’s Dictionary

a shot in the dark

an attempt to guess something when you have no information or knowledge about itGuesses and assumptions
Translations of “a shot in the dark”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無根據的瞎猜…
in Russian предположение, высказанное наугад…
in Turkish tahmin, atma, rastgele tahmin/yorum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无根据的瞎猜…
in Polish strzał w ciemno…
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