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  • I can't do it, I'm too busy.

  • I am up to my knees in other projects.

  • Up to my knees.

  • What does that mean if you say you're up to your knees and something that means you're really involved in it.

  • Really busy with it.

  • It's a little strange because there's a lot more to my body after my knees and I should point out O and B has been up to their knees and eyeballs in this from the beginning, uh they have done an incredible amount of work.

  • Whoa, biden said up to their knees and up to their eyeballs.

  • These two idioms actually mean the same thing, very busy with something very involved in something.

  • Isn't it funny that they mean the same thing when they're so different in the body.

  • I'm up to my knees with work.

  • I'm up to my eyeballs studying for finals and I should point out O and B has been up to their knees and eyeballs in this from the beginning.

  • They have done an incredible amount of work.

  • Are you feeling busy?

  • Are you feeling up to your knees in a project?

I can't do it, I'm too busy.

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English Idioms Explained: Up To My Knees | Minute English #shorts

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/07/17
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