What is the meaning Get the picture?

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What is the meaning Get the picture?

informal. : to understand a situation You’ve said enough. I get the picture.

What is the idiomatic expression of get the picture?

phrase. If you get the picture, you understand the situation, especially one which someone is describing to you. Luke never tells you the whole story, but you always get the picture. Synonyms: understand, follow, catch on [informal], get the message [informal] More Synonyms of get the picture.

What is a picture phrase?

DEFINITIONS1. to understand something, especially something that someone tells you indirectly.

What is the meaning of in two minds?

British. : not decided or certain about something : having two opinions or ideas about something I’m in two minds about (hiring) him: he seems well-qualified, but he doesn’t have much experience.

How do you use a photo?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English get the pictureinformal to understand a situation You’ve said enough. I get the picture. → pictureExamples from the Corpusget the picture• Designers get the picture John Bell Computer-aided design is a complex technology with complicated effects.

Who said a picture is worth a 1000 words?

Fred R. Barnard
A graphic illustration conveys a stronger message than words, as in The book jacket is a big selling point—one picture is worth a thousand words. This saying was invented by an advertising executive, Fred R. Barnard.

What is another word for in two minds?

What is another word for in two minds?

ambivalent equivocal
mixed uncertain
undecided unresolved
unsure vacillating
wavering hesitating

How do you use two minds?

1. I was in two minds about the book . 2. I was in two minds about leaving London; my friends were there, but at the same time I really wanted to work abroad.

What does full picture mean?

The overall sense or presentation of a situation, concept, topic, etc., including all related factors and potential consequences. You’re focusing on one small part of the negotiation, but you need to see the whole picture—we may need to compromise on a few items to get the best deal in the end.

How do you find a pictures origin?

How to find the source of an image:

  1. Go to images.google.com and click the photo icon.
  2. Click “upload an image”, then “choose file”.
  3. Scroll through the search results to find the original image.
  4. You can also go to images.google.com and click the photo icon.
  5. Then click “paste image url”.

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