en + Posesivo + subconsciente

= in the back of + Posesivo + mind, in the back of + Posesivo + head, at the back of + Posesivo + head
Ex. It would be a shame to lose any ground I had gained, but there was that little niggling idea planted firmly in the back of my mind.
Ex. She tried not to think about it and shoved it in the back of her head.
Ex. They tend to be utterly paranoid, always having at the back of their head strange notions of how 'these sneaky Chinks are out there to get them'.
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= in the back of + Posesivo + mind, in the back of + Posesivo + head, at the back of + Posesivo + head

Ex: It would be a shame to lose any ground I had gained, but there was that little niggling idea planted firmly in the back of my mind.

Ex: She tried not to think about it and shoved it in the back of her head.
Ex: They tend to be utterly paranoid, always having at the back of their head strange notions of how 'these sneaky Chinks are out there to get them'.


Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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