English Language Lessons

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Idiom of the week – Out of someone’s hands

Posted by englishlessons on July 1, 2013

Definition:

no longer under someone’s control

Examples:

He said he couldn’t help me. He said it was out of his hands.

It is no longer her responsibility. They took the project out of her hands last week.

Picture it:

Picture something being removed from someone’s hands.

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