in deep water

in deep water
Meaning: in difficulty, in problem.
Example: I’m going to be in deep water if my boss refuses to approve the project done by me after the hard work of a week.

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AuthorDawn writes on 22nd January 2017

The information on Google for this idiom and others I’ve seen states that you provide the origin. You do not. It is misleading and frustrating as I’m trying to give information for my students in class. I suggest you update this so as not to provide misinformation.

AuthorIdioms Inc. writes on 27th January 2017

We are really sorry for inconvenience dear Dawn.
We always try our best to bring our user the maximum information about every idiom. Our contributors and authors couldn’t find much about “in deep water” phrase, that’s why it looks incomplete.

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Idioms Inc. Team

Authorakash writes on 15th February 2014

it is so useful

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