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keyword: Understand
A Hard Nut To Crack »
(a difficult person to understand...)

A Known Quantity »
(you are familiar with it and understand it well...)

All Greek »
(I don't understand it at all...)

Beat It Into Your Head »
(repeat this until you understand and remember it...)

Begin To See Daylight »
(start to understand...)

Bringing It Home »
(you understand it because it affects your life...)

Can't Make Heads Or Tails Out Of Someone Or Something »
(do not understand it at all; it does not make sense to one...)

Cast One's Pearls Before Swine »
(share important things with people who will not understand their value...)

Figure Someone Or Something Out »
(learn; discover; find out; understand...)

For Whatever It's Worth »
(I am saying this even though you might not understand my meaning...)

Get A Grasp Of Something »
(hold something in one's hand; begin to understand that thing more clearly...)

Get It »
(understand the thing...)

Get The Drift Of Something »
(you understand the general idea...)

Get The Message »
(understand what someone is trying to tell you...)

Get The Picture »
(understand what one is trying to communicate...)

Go Over Someone's Head »
(one did not understand it; it was too complicated...)

Hash Something Over »
(talk and think about it together to understand it better)s...)

Live In An Ivory Tower »
(not understand how most people live their lives...)

Not Able To Make Anything Out Of Someone Or »
(don't understand it at all...)

Over My Head »
(I don't understand it...)

Set Someone Or Something Straight »
(help one understand something important that one does not yet understand...)

Shed Some Light On Something »
(make it easier to understand...)

Take A Hint »
(understand that someone is trying to communicate to you without being direct...)

Throw Some Light On Something »
(help to understand that thing better...)

Who Do You Think You're Talking To? »
(You are talking to me as if I don't understand the situation...)



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