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    #1

    'got lost in the shuffle'

    Tom sent an email to May, but May didn't get it.

    May said, " It seemed like that email got lost in the shuffle"
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    What is the meaning of 'got lost in the shuffle'?

    Tks / ju


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    #2

    Re: 'got lost in the shuffle'

    be/get lost in the shuffle
    to not be noticed or considered because there are so many other things to deal with:
    The information contained in the memo got lost in the shuffle once it reached headquarters.

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