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I'll leave you in his good hands "Certainly, I think that's Mr. Johnson coming now. I'll leave you in his good hands while I make the lunch arrangements. " I am not familiar with the usage of "leave you in his good hands". I assume what this phrase means, but is there another way to say the same thing in a business setting?
2016年1月11日 12:40
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I'll leave you in his good hands while ... In good hands > meaning " in somebody's care that you should feel safe or feel pleased about ( that the person is qualified to take care of you) . Leave your things here while you go on a holiday . They will be in good hands here . I have been your teacher for a long time , but I have to retire soon .You don't have to worry much since I have found you a replacement . And , you will be in good hands when I actually retire
2016年1月11日
you could use "I will leave you in his care"
2016年1月11日
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