|hand me down
||clothes that belonged to an older family member
||Bobby said he's tired of wearing hand-me-down clothes.
||give to the class or audience, pass around
||Cory, please hand out the song books - one to each member.
||give them to me, fork over
||Hand over the keys to the safe - give them to me now!
|hand over fist
||as fast as possible, one after the other
||The T-shirts are selling hand over fist. Everybody wants one.
|hand to mouth
||(See from hand to mouth)
|hand you a line
||tell you a false story, give you a line
||Some politicians try to hand you a line about how busy they are.
||(See a handful)
||protect herself, been around
||Dolly has worked with men before. She can handle herself.
||page of information for students
||If you want to know more about Brazil, read the handout.
||(See a handout)