be blind to


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be blind to

To ignore; to be oblivious to (something). Kara worships her father and is completely blind to his shortcomings—so she is going to be heartbroken once she learns about his embezzlement. I know you're blind to any issues with your car, but unless you want it to break down, you're going to have to take it to the shop.
See also: blind