To Be In Hot Water – One Point American English Idiom Lesson

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To Be In Hot Water

If you are in hot water you are in trouble or in a very difficult situation.

  • I was in hot water when I came late to the meeting.
  • Jack was in hot water when he got stopped by the police and he didn’t have his license with him.

When was the last time you were in hot water? Leave your example in the comments.

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