can't keep your hands off someone


can't keep your hands off someone
can't keep (your) hands off (someone) informal if you can't keep your hands off someone you are having a sexual relationship with, you touch them very often because you feel very attracted to them.

They can't keep their hands off each other. It's embarrassing to be in their company.


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  • can't keep your hands off — can t keep (your) hands off (someone) informal if you can t keep your hands off someone you are having a sexual relationship with, you touch them very often because you feel very attracted to them. They can t keep their hands off each other. It s …   New idioms dictionary

  • can't keep hands off someone — can t keep (your) hands off (someone) informal if you can t keep your hands off someone you are having a sexual relationship with, you touch them very often because you feel very attracted to them. They can t keep their hands off each other. It s …   New idioms dictionary

  • can't keep hands off — can t keep (your) hands off (someone) informal if you can t keep your hands off someone you are having a sexual relationship with, you touch them very often because you feel very attracted to them. They can t keep their hands off each other. It s …   New idioms dictionary

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