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Idiom of the day | Up a/the creek without a paddle | Day 76

Idiom of the day – Up a/the creek without a paddle

Up a/the creek without a paddle

English Meaning – In a difficult situation, with no way of getting out of it

Hindi Meaning – Kisi kharab paristhitii mein hona jisse bahar nikalne ka raasta na mile

Up a/the creek without a paddle Examples

If we don’t address this problem now, we will be up a creek without a paddle in the near future.

Agar hum abhi iss samasya par dhyaan nahi denge, toh hum aane wale kal mein bahut buri paristhiti mein phas jayenge jisse hum bahar nahi nikal payenge.

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