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    #1

    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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    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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