Hands-off definitions

hăndz'ôf', -ŏf'
The definition of hands-off is a policy of not intervening.

An example of someone who would be described as hands-off is a manager who sits back and lets his staff do their own thing.

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Characterized by nonintervention.

A hands-off foreign policy.

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Designating or of a policy, attitude, etc. of not interfering or intervening.
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Tending not to intervene.
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Not interfering with people's (employees, subjects etc) decisions and actions.
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Don't touch!
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(nautical) Cutting off a hand, decreed by old Admiralty law as punishment for pulling a knife during a fight with a shipmate.
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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hand off.
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