The British Idiom – In a pickle
Definition of In a pickle
You can be in a bit of a pickle, or you can be in a pickle, either way it means you’ve got some difficulties to overcome.
Examples of Usage of In a pickle
So, right, I’m in the middle of Paris and I realise my wallet’s been stolen and I’m in a bit of a pickle and no mistake. I was still in the airport shopping area when the last call for the plane came over the tannoy and I found myself in a pretty pickle I can tell you. You see, I had no idea the plane was so far away.
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