Idiom: Get Out Of Hand

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Get Out Of Hand – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking 

Definition: 

When something gets out of hand, it was lost control and you can’t manage it.

Example:

“The meeting got out of hand and the guests shouted at each other”

“He decided to leave before things got out of hand.”

“The situation are getting out of hand. Some measures have to be implemented urgently”

 

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