Could you tell me the difference between the following phrases? I've seen all of them in different texts.
in the sea
Please give me some examples for each one.
Many thanks billmcd.
I got it. I myself can't think of any sentence in which "in sea" is used, but I've seen it. It must have been used wrongly.
And [all] at sea can have an idiomatic meaning suggesting that things are a mess.