Idiom: Get Your Head Around

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Get Your Head Around – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking

Definition:

To be able to understand or accept something.

Example:

” Finally, I can get my head around his decision to moving.”

“It is difficult for children to get their head around the adult problems.”

“She can’t get her head around what is going on here and Jack has to explain everything to her.”

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