Word forms: blind spots
1. countable noun If you say that someone has a blind spot about something, you mean that they seem to be unable to understand it or to see how important it is. ⇒ The prime minister has a blind spot on ethical issues. ⇒ When I was single I never worried about money–it was a bit of a blind spot. 2. countable noun A blind spot is an area in your range of vision that you cannot see properly but which you really should be able to see. For example, when you are driving a car, the area just behind your shoulders is often a blind spot.
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