up to the eyeballs (in something)(redirected from up to the eyeballs in something)
up to the eyeballs (in something)
Extremely busy (with something); deeply or overly involved (in something); possessing, filled up with, or overwhelmed by an excessive amount (of something). There's no way I can take a vacation right now, I'm up to the eyeballs in work at the moment! I only meant to be peripherally involved in David's business venture, but, before I knew it, I was in up to the eyeballs! Dana was worried she wouldn't find any work as an accountant working for herself, but she's up to the eyeballs in clients!
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up to the (or your) eyeballsused to emphasize the extreme degree of an undesirable situation or condition. informal
2000 Time Consumers are up to their eyeballs in debt, and the strain shows.
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