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    floyd6 is offline Newbie
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    Default to be closed to understanding sth (to have one's mind closed to)

    1. to be closed to understanding sth
    2. to be closed to the understanding of sth

    Which is correct?

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    svartnik is offline Banned
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    Default Re: to be closed to understanding sth (to have one's mind closed to)

    Both can be okay in their right context.

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