To Be In A Pickle – American English Idiom Lesson

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In American English, the idiom to be in a pickle means to be in trouble or to be in a difficult situation. When you are in a pickle, you are having a tough time with something.

  • I was in a pickle when I came late to the meeting.
  • Tim was in a pickle when he lost his passport while traveling in Europe.
  • We were in a pickle because it started raining on the golf course,

Have you been in a pickle recently? Why not leave a comment and let us know!

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