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Phrase of the Day: ‘out of my hands’


out of my hands - English lesson

‘out of my hands’  /aʊt ɒv maɪ hændz/

This is used to refer to a situation (or decision) over which you have no control or influence.

“I’m sorry, there’s nothing I can do. It’s out of my hands.”

“Since you’ve signed the contract, I’m afraid it’s out of my hands.”