with (one's) eyes closed

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with (one's) eyes closed

With very little or no difficulty; in a relaxed, carefree, or effortless manner. It took me a little while to get used to this job, but now I could do it with my eyes closed! You should ask Johnny for help—he does this level of math with his eyes closed.
See also: closed, eye

(be able to do something) with your ˈeyes shut/closed

(be able to do something) very easily, especially because you have done it many times before: She’s driven up to Scotland so often that she can do it with her eyes shut.
See also: closed, eye, shut

with (one's) eyes closed

Unaware of the risks involved.
See also: closed, eye
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Studies using MRI brain scans have shown that when we listen to music with our eyes closed, the auditory areas of the brain are more active than when we have our eyes open.