- 1Used as a warning not to touch or interfere with something: hands off that cake tin!More example sentences
- We feel that Yorkshire doesn't really deserve it, so hands off, it's ours.
- Now that development threatens the playground of the elite they cry hands off.
- 1.1 (as adjective hands-off) Not involving or requiring direct control or intervention: a hands-off management styleMore example sentences
- Such loyalty and his hands-off management style might have worked in a privately owned business.
- Usual physiotherapy produced marginally better treatment outcomes at 12 months than the shorter, hands-off intervention.
- So this is why I'm concerned with creating the right culture of hands-off management at PaxDigita.
More definitions of hands offDefinition of hands off in:
- The US English dictionary