out of the depth

out of the depth
Meaning: to not have the knowledge, experience, or skills to deal with a particular subject or situation.
Example: After watching this film, the audience realized that making comedy movies was out of the depth of this director.

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Hello Carol,
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- Admin Team November 14, 2013

No. The meaning you have up there pertains to the idiom, “Out of one’s depth,” which means out of one’s league. i.e. I am out my depth in math. It is beyond my understanding.

There is a second idiom, “Out of the depths,” which means something rises out of something. For instance: Out of the depths of the Yangtze River in Central China, rises the Three Gorges Dam, over sixty stories high.

- carol hall November 14, 2013

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