a job over her head

  • ME GRIMLOCK

    Senior Member
    English -- Amrrrrrrcan
    #4
    i will go ahead and note that the phrase "have a job over your head" sounds very strange and is not something i have ever heard before. plenty of things can be "over your head" in english, literally and figuratively, but i don't really see how a job can.
     

    aztlaniano

    Senior Member
    English (Aztlán, US sector)
    #5
    I will go ahead and note that the phrase "have a job over your head" sounds very strange and is not something I have ever heard before. Plenty of things can be "over your head" in English, literally and figuratively, but I don't really see how a job can.
    Añade "that is" (have a job that is over your head) y funciona "un trabajo que te supera".
     
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