Hindsight is (Always) 20/20
The English idiom hindsight is (always) 20/20 refers to the fact that ❛it is easier to understand a problem, situation or event after it has happened❜. Having 20/20 vision is regarded as being able to see well and, obviously, many things that happen in life can be ❛seen❜ or ❛understood❜ better after they have taken place. For example:
Luigi wished that he hadn’t invested his entire life savings in his cousin’s vegetarian sushi restaurant. Hindsight is always 20/20.
Quitting my job, leaving my family and moving to New Orleans in 1987 was a mistake. Hindsight is 20/20.
Which of the following English idioms do you think more or less means the same thing as hindsight is (always) 20/20?
a) What you see is what you get.
b) It’s easier to be smart after the fact.
c) There are none so blind as those who will not see.
Check your answer here.