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    Lightbulb to look over one's shoulder

    In the idiom " to look over one's shoulder" , the shoulder referred to is one's own shoulder and the meaning reflects suspicion, I feel. Am I correct? Or if there is any other meaning of this idiom.

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    Re: to look over one's shoulder

    Quote Originally Posted by Romel Panzer View Post
    In the idiom " to look over one's shoulder" , the shoulder referred to is one's own shoulder and the meaning reflects suspicion, I feel. Am I correct? Or if there is any other meaning of this idiom.
    Longman Dict has this:

    be looking over your shoulder
    to feel worried that something unpleasant is going to happen to you

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