English version

be in safe hands

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in safe handsbe in safe handsDEPEND ON/RELY ONto be with someone who will look after you very well Everyone wants to feel that their children are in safe hands. safe
Examples from the Corpus
be in safe handsParents want to make sure they're leaving their children in safe hands.Ambulances arrived, Ivor and Pauline were in safe hands.I believed he was in safe hands.If we can tap it successfully - our future is in safe hands.So if it was going to get rough she couldn't be in safer hands.My neck and hand were in safe hands-four of them.
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