Take something/somebody off somebody's hands - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
take something/somebody off somebody's hands
take (someone or something) off (one's) hands
To physically take or remove someone or something from one. Hey, I'd be happy to take that lawn mower off your hands if you're still trying to sell it. Any chance you're willing to take a toddler off my hands this afternoon?
take something/somebody off somebody’s ˈhands take something away from somebody who no longer wants it or take a responsibility from somebody who needs a rest: I wish somebody would take this old table off my hands. I haven’t got room for it. ♢ Look, you and Tony relax at the weekend, and I’ll take the children off your hands for a couple of days.