out of your hands

out of (one's) hands

No longer within one's control. I submitted my application, so it's really out of my hands now. Now that the jury is deliberating, the case is out of our hands.
See also: hand, of, out

out of your hands

COMMON If something is out of your hands, you are no longer responsible for it and there is nothing you can do about it. The matter has been taken out of our hands. We are referring all enquiries to the Department of the Environment. Things were out of our hands now. We could only wait.
See also: hand, of, out