have one's hands full

have (one's) hands full

To be busy with someone or something. I have my hands full with all these meetings today, so can I call you back tomorrow?
See also: full, hand, have

have one's hands full (with someone or something)

Fig. to be busy or totally occupied with someone or something. I have my hands full with my three children. You have your hands full with managing the store.
See also: full, hand, have

have one's hands full

Be extremely busy, as in With the new baby she really has her hands full. [Second half of 1400s]
See also: full, hand, have
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