- Listen, I’m in a little bit of a pickle right now. Could you come to my place and pick me up?
- He was in a bind, a bit of a pickle, sort of distressed.
- I noticed that you were in a bit of a pickle yesterday. I’m sorry, but I was in a hurry and I couldn’t help you. Did you manage to finish your essay in time?
Words and expressions from the example sentences you may not know:
- TO PICK UP SOMEONE =>
- IN A BIND => Like ‘in a pickle’, it means ‘in a difficult situation’; ‘in trouble’.
This idiom is well explained here: In a Pickle: And Other Funny Idioms.