Idiom: one’s hands are full
Idiom: one’s hands are full / have one’s hands full
- During registration we have our hands full with many different tasks.
- At the moment I can’t take on any new clients because my hands are already full.
- I'm sorry I haven't called sooner. Our hands are really full since we had the baby.
- My hands are full this morning filling orders but if you could come by after 2:00 pm I'd be happy to give you more information about our services.
- Your hands seem very full these days. Perhaps you should hire an assistant.
- When I was working full-time, my hands were always full and I never had time to just relax and appreciate the small wonders of life.
- We have our hands full during tax season because so many clients wait until the last minute to give us the information we need to prepare their tax returns.
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