English version

out of harm’s way

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout of harm’s wayout of harm’s waya) SAFEif someone or something is out of harm’s way, they are in a place where they cannot be hurt or damaged Copies of your documents should be kept in a safe place, well out of harm’s way. b) SAFEif something dangerous is out of harm’s way, it is in a place where it cannot hurt anyone or damage anything If you have small children, make sure that you store all medicines out of harm’s way. harm
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out of harm’s wayMove valuable objects out of harm's way when children are visiting.
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