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Idioms with the word Hand
( LIKE) The back of one's hand : have a perfect knowledge of something.
Out of hand : far off, distant , not available.
Close at hand: very near , available.
Play a hand in : take part in something ( also a card game).
Hand over fist : very quickly .
Hands down : with very little effort , easily.
Hat in hand : humbly.
Have a hand in : have a role in.
Tip one's hand : reveal a secret inadvertently.
First hand : experience , learn something for the first time .
Change hands : to pass from a person to another.
Right-hand person : someone who helps and supports you at work.
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