farm out something to someone

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.


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  • 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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