you just don't get it

you just don't get it

You don't understand. The statement often refers to something that affects the speaker emotionally. A: "It stinks that you're injured right now, but there's always next year." B: "You just don't get it—so many scouts are coming out for the championship that it's a huge missed opportunity!"
See also: get, just

you just don't get it

see under get it, def. 2.
See also: get, just
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You go through the motions of school, doing fine in one class but completely floundering in another, believing the whole time that you just don't get it.
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