English version

be off your hands

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe off your handsbe off your handsRESPONSIBLEif something or someone is off your hands, you are not responsible for them anymore Once this problem is off our hands we can relax for a while.take somebody/something off somebody’s hands She wants someone to take the kids off her hands occasionally. hand
Examples from the Corpus
take somebody/something off somebody’s handsHe takes it off, hands it to her, and she places it in one of the bags.Colin and Sue took it off our hands and have made further excellent improvements.He had returned to Dartmoor when he knew the tribes would be there, begging them to take Topaz off his hands.
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