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    I don't understand my world right now.

    I don't understand my world right now. - Is it an idiomatic phrase? What does it mean? (It was used by a sports commentator.)

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    Re: I don't understand my world right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by englishhobby View Post
    I don't understand my world right now. - Is it an idiomatic phrase? What does it mean? (It was used by a sports commentator.)
    No, it's not an idiom that I know of. It sounds like something unbelievable has happened, or something that the commentator can't get his head around.
    "Get your head around something" is, however, an idiom.

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    Re: I don't understand my world right now.

    Thank you!

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