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1‘I can see right through your little plot’
not be deceived by, not be taken in by, be wise to, get the measure of, have the measure of, read like a book, fathom, penetrate, realize, understand
informal not fall for, have someone's number, know someone's game, know someone's little game
be hoodwinked by
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