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    Smile To cut your head open

    Dear all,
    I couldn’t understand the following sentence:
    "To cut your head open"
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    Default Re: To cut your head open

    A surgeon who will perform brain surgery will have to cut your head open.

    If you fall in such a way that a sharp edge cuts your skin, you may say you have cut your head open.

    What context did you see it in?

    {not a teacher}

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