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HANDS-ON / HANDS-OFF   自力の/人任せの


  • To be hands-on is to manage something personally, rather than have others do it.

    The opposite of hands-on is hands-off.
  • hands-on は、他の人に任せるのではなく、自ら何かを行うことを意味します。

    hands-on の反対は、hands-off です。


  1. Jennifer is a very hands-on manager. She feels she has to make every decision, no matter how small.
  2. My new boss is very hands-off. I'm given a lot more responsibility now than before he took over.
  3. I've hired some top-notch people for my staff, so I feel comfortable taking a hands-off approach to supervising them.

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