What does 'In over your head' mean?
If someone is in over their head, they are out of the depth in something they are involved in, and may end up in a mess.
- Category: Body and bodily functions
Idioms similar to 'In over your head'
- All in your head
- Keep your head
- Over your head
- Off the top of your head
- Get your head around something
- Go to your head
- Fat head
- Bite someone's head off
- You've got rocks in your head
- Head is mince
- Knock something on the head
- Keep your head above water
- Head on the block
- Head nor tail
- Head on a spike
- Lose your head
- Turn something on its head
- Stand head and shoulders above
- Bless your pointy little head
- A still tongue keeps a wise head
- Bury your head in the sand
- Head over heels in love
- Talk out of the back of your head
- Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown
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