Idioms: in a pickle meaning

Find out meaning/definition of the idiom «in a pickle» including example sentences and interesting original facts. The phrase has been remained very popular in English language since the ages and even in present times it has gained acclamation in common sayings among the English speakers. 36 επιπλέον λέξεις

This better-for-you version of pumpkin bread substitutes applesauce for the vegetable oil.

This better-for-you version of pumpkin bread substitutes applesauce for the vegetable oil.

This is the world's most famous quiche. It's filled with bacon, onion and Swiss cheese.

This is the world’s most famous quiche. It’s filled with bacon, onion and Swiss cheese.

Thick wedges of ripe tomatoes, fresh Mozzarella and slices of red onion are tossed in olive oil and vinegar and sprinkled with chopped, fresh basil. Chill and eat.

Thick wedges of ripe tomatoes, fresh Mozzarella and slices of red onion are tossed in olive oil and vinegar and sprinkled with chopped, fresh basil. Chill and eat.