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in safe hands

C1 being cared for or dealt with by someone skilled: Dr Bailey is doing the operation, so your wife is in safe hands.
Translations of “in safe hands”
in Chinese (Traditional) 受到妥善照管, 由專業人員處理…
in Chinese (Simplified) 受到妥善照管, 由专业人员处理…
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