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I would like to know what is the antonym of 'to be in the dark''.

''I'm in the dark about the it' means 'I don't know about it.'.

The acronym of 'dark' is 'light'(This is a wild guess.).
If so, 'I'm in the light about it.' can mean 'I know about it.'.
Am I correct?
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Hi,

I would like to know what is the antonym of 'to be in the dark''.

''I'm in the dark about the it' means 'I don't know about it.'.

The acronym of 'dark' is 'light'(This is a wild guess.).
If so, 'I'm in the light about it.' can mean 'I know about it.'.


If I'm in the dark about something, it usually means there is something I should know about but don't, and that this knowledge is shared by other people.

eg You told everyone except me about it last week! Why didn't you tell me? Why did you keep me in the dark?

I would suggest a good opposite idiom would be 'to be in the know'.


eg Everyone was in the know about it last week! Why didn't you tell me? Why did you keep me in the dark?

Best wishes, Clive
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Clive beat me to the best, but these might also work:

in on

savvy to

in the loop

up on

aware of