Be In Hot Water – An American Idiom English Lesson

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Be In Hot Water
What does the idiom, be in hot water mean?
When you are in hot water, you are in trouble.

  • I was in hot water when I lost my passport when I was traveling in Europe.
  • You are going to be in hot water if you come to work late again.

How about you? Do you know anyone who is in hot water?
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