hands-off

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

hands–off

adjective \ˈhan(d)z-ˈf\

: allowing people to do what they want to do without bothering or stopping them

Full Definition of HANDS-OFF

:  characterized by noninterference <a hands–off policy toward the internal affairs of other nations>

First Known Use of HANDS-OFF

1902

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