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    #1

    "have spies on the brain"

    Hello, how do I understand this idiom -- "have spies on the brain"?
    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: "have spies on the brain"

    A full sentence would have helped.

    It might mean somebody is obsessed by secret agents.

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