take on hands


take on hands
Общая лексика: принять на себя заботы (о чем-л.)

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • (take your) hands off (something) — (get/take your) ˌhands ˈoff (sth/sb) idiom (informal) used to tell sb not to touch sth/sb • Get your hands off my wife! • Hey, hands off! That s my drink! …   Useful english dictionary

  • (take your) hands off (somebody) — (get/take your) ˌhands ˈoff (sth/sb) idiom (informal) used to tell sb not to touch sth/sb • Get your hands off my wife! • Hey, hands off! That s my drink! …   Useful english dictionary

  • take your hands off — take/get/your hands off informal phrase to stop touching someone or something Thesaurus: to stop holding or touching somethingsynonym Main entry: hand …   Useful english dictionary

  • Now This Will Take Two Hands — Связать? …   Википедия

  • Now This Will Take Two Hands — EP by Maths Class Released July 21, 2008 Recorded 2008 Genre Dance Punk …   Wikipedia

  • hands-off — ˈhands off adjective HUMAN RESOURCES not telling the people you are in charge of exactly what to do, but letting them make their own decisions: • His hands off approach to management was seen by some as laziness. * * * hands off UK US adjective ► …   Financial and business terms

  • hands off — leave alone, don t interfere The government decided to take a hands off approach to the teachers during the strike …   Idioms and examples

  • take the law into your own hands — phrase to punish someone in your own way without involving the police or the courts, often by doing something illegal yourself If something isn’t done soon, farmers might take the law into their own hands. Thesaurus: to punish someonesynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take the law into one's own hands — {v. phr.} To protect one s supposed rights or punish a suspected wrongdoer without reference to a court. An overused expression. * /When the men of the settlement caught the suspected murderer, they took the law into their own hands and hanged… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take the law into one's own hands — {v. phr.} To protect one s supposed rights or punish a suspected wrongdoer without reference to a court. An overused expression. * /When the men of the settlement caught the suspected murderer, they took the law into their own hands and hanged… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take something into your own hands — take (something) into your (own) hands : to take control of something The judge had no sympathy for people who insisted on taking the law into their own hands. [=trying to punish criminals themselves instead of allowing the legal system to do it] …   Useful english dictionary

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