an ocean of (something)

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an ocean of (something)

A lot of something. You'll be in an ocean of problems if you keep charging things on your credit card. Oh man, I'm in an ocean of trouble now that my parents know how bad I've been doing in Chemistry this semester. The kids always seem to get into an ocean of hijinks when the babysitter is here.
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an ocean of something

(British English also oceans of something) (informal) a large amount of something: oceans of food
See also: an, ocean, of, something
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