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in over their head

  • 1 andar perdido

    v.
    1 to be lost, to lose one's way, to lose the way.
    2 to be way off the point, to be out of orbit.
    * * *
    (v.) = be out of + Posesivo + depth, be in over + Posesivo + head
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *
    (v.) = be out of + Posesivo + depth, be in over + Posesivo + head

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar perdido

  • 2 moverse en terreno desconocido

    (v.) = be out of + Posesivo + depth, be in over + Posesivo + head
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *
    (v.) = be out of + Posesivo + depth, be in over + Posesivo + head

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > moverse en terreno desconocido

  • 3 pisar terreno desconocido

    (v.) = be out of + Posesivo + depth, be in over + Posesivo + head
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *
    (v.) = be out of + Posesivo + depth, be in over + Posesivo + head

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pisar terreno desconocido

  • 4 ser Algo demasiado difícil para

    (v.) = be in over + Posesivo + head, be out of + Posesivo + depth
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *
    (v.) = be in over + Posesivo + head, be out of + Posesivo + depth

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser Algo demasiado difícil para

  • 5 excusa muy pobre

    (n.) = lame excuse
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > excusa muy pobre

  • 6 excusa poco convincente

    (n.) = lame excuse
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > excusa poco convincente

  • 7 pretexto muy pobre

    (n.) = lame excuse
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pretexto muy pobre

  • 8 pretexto poco convincente

    (n.) = lame excuse
    Ex. This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.
    * * *

    Ex: This one is one of the lame excuses almost always used when an individual is not coping, out their depth and in over their head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pretexto poco convincente

  • 9 hacer frente a

    (v.) = confront, deal with, face, face up to, meet, cope with, wrestle with, stand up to, brave, breast, address
    Ex. Resource sharing in libraries may be a way of confronting the impact of rising prices dictated by a few large publishing corporations.
    Ex. Part II deals with entry and heading for all types of materials.
    Ex. Hungary faces far-reaching socio-economic transformation which will inevitably affect libraries as well.
    Ex. Together we need to face up to the challenges of the Information Age.
    Ex. There may be a threat of over-capacity; if so, this could be met by diversification, an enlargement of the SLIS role.
    Ex. This latter period is when the air-conditioning has to work hardest to cope with high outside air temperature and solar gains through the building.
    Ex. Librarians believe they will have to wrestle with limited opportunities for career advancement = Los bibliotecarios piensan que tendrán que hacer frente a oportunidades limitadas para su promoción profesional.
    Ex. In their role as mediator between the scholar and the information system, academic librarians should stand up to, and challenge the censorship and suppression that takes place during academic controversy.
    Ex. The mammoth hunters braved sub-zero temperatures on desolate tundra at least 20000 years earlier than was thought.
    Ex. He has breasted an extraordinary amount of obloquy on behalf of our country's cause.
    Ex. The inclusion of vendors and publishers allows everyone to address sticky business relationships head-on.
    * * *
    (v.) = confront, deal with, face, face up to, meet, cope with, wrestle with, stand up to, brave, breast, address

    Ex: Resource sharing in libraries may be a way of confronting the impact of rising prices dictated by a few large publishing corporations.

    Ex: Part II deals with entry and heading for all types of materials.
    Ex: Hungary faces far-reaching socio-economic transformation which will inevitably affect libraries as well.
    Ex: Together we need to face up to the challenges of the Information Age.
    Ex: There may be a threat of over-capacity; if so, this could be met by diversification, an enlargement of the SLIS role.
    Ex: This latter period is when the air-conditioning has to work hardest to cope with high outside air temperature and solar gains through the building.
    Ex: Librarians believe they will have to wrestle with limited opportunities for career advancement = Los bibliotecarios piensan que tendrán que hacer frente a oportunidades limitadas para su promoción profesional.
    Ex: In their role as mediator between the scholar and the information system, academic librarians should stand up to, and challenge the censorship and suppression that takes place during academic controversy.
    Ex: The mammoth hunters braved sub-zero temperatures on desolate tundra at least 20000 years earlier than was thought.
    Ex: He has breasted an extraordinary amount of obloquy on behalf of our country's cause.
    Ex: The inclusion of vendors and publishers allows everyone to address sticky business relationships head-on.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer frente a

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  • in over your head —    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.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If you are in over your head, you are involved in something that is too difficult… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

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  • In over your head —   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 …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • (a) roof over your head — a roof over your head phrase a place to live Some people are struggling to keep a roof over their head. Thesaurus: home and places where people livesynonym towns, cities and villageshyponym Main entry: roof …   Useful english dictionary

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  • to go over the head of a person — Head Head (h[e^]d), n. [OE. hed, heved, heaved, AS. he[ a]fod; akin to D. hoofd, OHG. houbit, G. haupt, Icel. h[ o]fu[eth], Sw. hufvud, Dan. hoved, Goth. haubi[thorn]. The word does not correspond regularly to L. caput head (cf. E. {Chief},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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