Idiom: keep one’s hands off something
— keep your hands off the antiques—I don’t want to have to buy something because you break it.
— You and your husband need to discipline your son—for now I’m going to keep the school’s hands off the situation.
— Please keep your hands off the windows. You're leaving fingerprints everywhere.
— The policeman told the suspect to keep his hands off his gun or he would shoot him.
— How many times do I have to ask you to keep your hands off the iron? Your going to get burned.
— I'm tired of having to ask the kids to keep their hands off your golf clubs. Will you please take them down to the basement?
— I would like to remind everyone to please keep their hands off the paintings. The oil and dirt on your fingers can damage them.
— Those cupcakes look so delicious but I better keep my hands off them or I'll ruin my diet.
— Keep your hands off those wires—you could get electrocuted.
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