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Over My Head ( I don't understand it ... )

"Over My Head"

Something which you do not understand is "over your head".

Example: "Did you get that last question on the test?" Reply: "No, it was over my head."

You do not know about it or you are not smart enough to understand the thing that is over your head.

Example: "That was too difficult for me." Reply: "Me too. It was way over my head."

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