Idiom: with eyes closed
Note: The idiom "with eyes closed" is often used in the forms "with eyes closed shut" or "with eyes shut."
with (one’s) eyes closed / shut:
- to be able to do something easily and effortlessly
- to be very skilled at something so it is not difficult to do
- in a relaxed manner
- She’s such a good cook she can practically cook with her eyes shut.
- The mailman knows this route so well he could probably drive it with his eyes closed.
- I've been knitting for so many years that I could knit a sweater with my eyes closed.
- She's so good at tennis she could play with her eyes shut.
- My son practiced his piano solo so many times that he can do it with his eyes closed.
- Our guide knows the jungle so well he could navigate it from any point with his eyes closed shut.
- The gymnast is so good she did part of her routine with her eyes closed.
- Many musicians in an orchestra prefer to perform with their eyes closed shut.
- able to do (something) blindfolded
- with one hand tied behind one's back
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