Top Definition
1.Literal meaning-on ice that is too thin to support one
2.AS USED IN SENTENCES- You're already in trouble, and can't afford another mistake.
3. Fig. in a risky situation.

4. in an uncertain condition

Usage notes: often appears as skating or
walking on thin ice (taking a big risk) :
She was on thin ice when her mother
saw her report card.
You are taking a chance and doing something that
could get you in trouble.
its used to describe a person when making impulsive
decisions which would have an adverse impact on
him.
This means that you are walking on unsafe ground
and your about to get in trouble.
It means that you should be careful with what you
do.
You are taking a chance and doing something that
could get you in trouble.

If you try that you'll
really be on thin ice. That's too risky. If you don't
want to find yourself on thin ice, you must be
sure of your facts.

My brother was already
on thin ice with the coach when he injured his
knee.
by rochak khattar November 02, 2013

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