English version

blind spot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles, Roads, Human
blind spotˈblind spot noun [countable]  1 UNDERSTANDsomething that you are unable or unwilling to understand I have a blind spot where computers are concerned.2 TTCTTRthe part of the road that you cannot see when you are driving a car3 HBHthe point in your eye where the nerve enters, which is not sensitive to light
Examples from the Corpus
blind spotIt is as though the panel has developed a blind spot which does not admit the possibility that the newcomer might win.The trouble was, Tweed was thinking, Paula had a blind spot where Dalby was concerned.Critics accuse him of having a blind spot on issues of ethics.Our persistent cultural blind spot on the effects of such exclusion is now proving to be very problematic.He knew if some one was standing in the blind spot directly behind him, he was in trouble.It was the blind spot of the internationalist Left.
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