get a clue


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get a clue

To understand or see the reality of a situation. Typically said as an imperative to indicate one's annoyance or frustration. Oh, get a clue—he's not into you! If he were, he would have asked you out by now. You guys need to get a clue—this place is going down the tubes.
See also: clue, get
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