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Turkish translation of “get out of hand”

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get out of hand

to become difficult to control
kontrolden çıkmak
It was the end of term and the children were getting a little out of hand.Uncontrolled
Translations of “get out of hand”
in Russian отбиться от рук, распуститься…
in Polish wymykać się spod kontroli…
(Definition of get out of hand from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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