Lift from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
lift something from someone or something
to raise something off someone or something. Please lift this burden from me. I lifted the glass from the tray carefully.
References in periodicals archive
The pendant makes it easy for technicians to operate the lift from
anywhere in the bay, for more efficient spotting and lifting.
Patented, intuitive controls are located on each column, so the technician can operate the lift from
whichever corner of the vehicle is most convenient.