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Have No Idea ( don't know ... )

"Have No Idea"

To "have no idea" is a strong way of saying you "do not know" something.

Example: "What time is it?" Answer: "I have no idea."

To "have no idea" expresses that you don't have enough information to make a definite statement about something. It can also be used in a sentence to communicate that there is some piece of information which is missing.

Example: "I can't find my keys. I have no idea where I put them."

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