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From the TV Series Sherlock – the idiom of the week ‘out of your depth’

Definition by Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

to be involved in a situation or activity that is too difficult for you to understand or deal with

Listen to the example in the conversation below:

Watson: Who are you? What do you do?

Sherlock: What do you think?

Watson: I’d say private detective…

Sherlock: …but?

Watson: …but the police don’t go to private detectives.

Sherlock: I’m a consulting detective. The only one in the world. I invented the job.

Watson: What does it mean?

Sherlock: It means when the police are out of their depth, which is always, they consult me.

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