have (someone's) undivided attention

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have (someone's) undivided attention

To be the sole thing that someone is focused on. OK, now that your sister's asleep, you have my undivided attention—tell me what happened earlier.

get/have somebody’s undivided atˈtention

(often humorous) receive somebody’s full attention: I’ll just finish writing this sentence, and then you can have my undivided attention.
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