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  1. matilda

    Talking 193-pull the wool over their eyes

    Hello all

    Look at this sentence.

    He doesn't know much but he has managed to (pull the wool over their eyes.)

    Is the part in the parentheses idiom or proverb or anything else?
    What does it mean?

    Thank you all


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    Re: 193-pull the wool over their eyes

    It's an idiom meaning to fool or cheat or deceive someone.

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