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out of your depth

C2 not having the knowledge, experience, or skills to deal with a particular subject or situation: I was out of my depth in the advanced class, so I moved to the intermediate class.
in water that is so deep that it goes over your head when you are standing: I'm not a strong swimmer, so I prefer not to go out of my depth.
(Definition of out of your depth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “out of your depth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 无法驾驭,不能胜任, 淹没头顶,没过头顶…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無法駕馭,不能勝任, 淹沒頭頂,沒過頭頂…
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