farm out

farm out
1) переки́нуть (рабо́ту) на кого-л.

the production of chips was farmed out to... — произво́дство микросхе́м бы́ло пе́редано...

2) отправля́ть, отсыла́ть к кому-л.

the children were farmed out to distant relatives — дете́й отосла́ли к да́льним ро́дственникам


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  • farm out something to someone — farm out (something) (to (someone)) to give work or responsibilities to other people. Magazines often farm out articles to freelance writers. If you can t finish the reports by next week, you should farm them out …   New idioms dictionary

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