farm out

farm out  {v.}
1. To have another person do (something) for you; send away to be done.
Our teacher had too many test papers to read, so she farmed out half of them to a friend.
2. To send away to be taken care of.
While Mother was sick, the children were farmed out to relatives.
3. To send a player to a league where the quality of play is lower.
The player was farmed out to Rochester to gain experience.
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