Definition of with one's eyes shut or closed in English:

with one's eyes shut (or closed)

1Without having to make much effort; easily: I could do it with my eyes shut
More example sentences
  • I could easily write up her treatment with my eyes closed.
  • I had just laid waste to two guys who could easily over power me, with my eyes shut, and laying on the ground.
  • I could run this city with my eyes closed; it really can't be that difficult.
2Without considering the possible difficulties or consequences: she didn’t go to Hollywood with her eyes closed
More example sentences
  • ‘I don't think you ever come back from that kind of experience the same, unless you go in with your eyes shut,’ he says.
  • Maybe in a different time, in a different place, maybe if only you had approached with your eyes closed, or they with theirs, it would all have turned out more beautifully.
  • Well a little research would have been helpful, are you normally prone to jumping in to things with your eyes closed?
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