hands off

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hands off!

  1. (informal) don't touch!
  2. (nautical, historical) cut off a hand: decreed by old admiralty law as punishment for pulling a knife during a fight with a shipmate.

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hands off (comparative more hands off, superlative most hands off)

  1. Tending not to interfere with people's (employees', subjects', etc.) decisions and actions.
    a hands-off policy
    Antonyms: hands-on

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hands off

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hand off

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