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The meaning of "all greek to me"

" All Greek to me "
Meaning:
Incomprehensible, as Greek is to someone who cannot speak it.
Example:
He says that quantum physics isn't so difficult but it's all Greek to me.
Where did it originate?:
Shakespearian, from Julius Caesar, 1601.
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