“To be in good hands” – English idiom

To be in good hands

Example sentences from the web:

  • I know the children are in good hands when they visit my mother.
  • Your husband will soon be well again, he’s in good hands in this hospital.
  • I’ll look after Jamie while you go shopping. Don’t worry – he’ll be in good hands.

*A variation of this idiom is: TO BE IN SAFE HANDS.

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