[hand-shey-ker] /ˈhændˌʃeɪ kər/
a person who is or is required to be overtly or ostentatiously friendly:
Politicians are often incurable handshakers.
A person who characteristically gets on by being amiable, making friends, pleasing superiors, etc; glad-hander (1900+)
[hand-sheyk] /ˈhændˌʃeɪk/ noun 1. a gripping and of right by two individuals, as to symbolize greeting, congratulation, agreement, or farewell. 2. Also, handshaking. Computers. an exchange of predetermined signals between a computer and a peripheral device or another computer, made when a connection is initially established or at intervals during data transmission, in order to […]
[hand-sheyp] /ˈhændˌʃeɪp/ noun 1. (in sign language) the held position of the and fingers in producing a particular sign.
[handz-awf, -of] /ˈhændzˈɔf, -ˈɒf/ adjective 1. characterized by nonintervention or noninterference: the new hands-off foreign policy. 2. remote or unfriendly; estranging: a truculent, hands-off manner toward strangers. adjective 1. (of a machine, device, etc) without need of manual operation 2. denoting a policy, etc, of deliberate noninvolvement: a hands-off strategy towards industry also hands off, […]
[han-suh m] /ˈhæn səm/ adjective, handsomer, handsomest. 1. having an attractive, well-proportioned, and imposing appearance suggestive of health and strength; good-looking: a handsome man; a handsome woman. 2. having pleasing proportions, relationships, or arrangements, as of shapes, forms, or colors; attractive: a handsome house; a handsome interior. 3. exhibiting skill, taste, and refinement; well-made: a […]