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In The Dark ( you did not know about it ... )

"In The Dark"

When you do not know something, you are "in the dark".

Example: " Did you understand question number three?" Answer: "Not at all, I was totally in the dark."

To be in the dark about something is to not know it nor understand it.

Example: "Did you know that today was her birthday?" Answer: "No, I was in the dark."

When you are in the dark, it is as if the lights were off and you could not see.

Example: "Why didn't you tell me they were having a party?" Answer: "I was in the dark about it, just like you."

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