I know a Hindi proverb, but I would like to know translation of same in English.
How will we say in form of proverb/idiom
Not listening or paying attention to the words that come out of your mouth
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I think that this dude is talking about idioms...
Meaning: Without any influence or effect; unheeded:
Example:His mind was made up, so my arguments went in one ear and out the other.