July 19, 2010

Idiom: in over (one's) head

"in over one's head"

Meaning: in a situation that is too much / too difficult for one to manage

Example: I've been trying to do this project for some time now. I think I'll be asking for your help. I'm in over my head. I just won't be able to handle this by myself.

Last week's idioms:
Easy does it!
feel blue
get it
hassle (noun)