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In over my/your head, or Over my/your head

Submitted by Safyra on 11.07.2018

In over my/your head, or Over my/your head (English) — 1. Not understanding something, e.g. if one did not understand a joke or doesn't laugh, it went over their head.
2. Unable to cope with something, or situation occurring. Unable to understand due to technical, intellectual ability, competency level. A first year university level student should never take advanced courses because they will be in over their head. Even in a relationship you can be in over your head.

English, explained by Safyra on Wed, 11/07/2018 - 12:27

In over my/your head, or Over my/your head — (это) выше моего/твоего понимания.

Russian, explained by St. Sol on Wed, 11/07/2018 - 13:49