put (one's) hands together (for someone or something)

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put (one's) hands together (for someone or something)

To applaud (someone or something); to clap. Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for our next comedian this evening! Everyone started putting their hands together to signal that they wanted the concert to begin.
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This sound-activated switch worked if you put your hands together.
is sound-activated electrical switch worked if you put your hands together.
STANDING TO DELIVER Put your hands together for David Pipe's great Ovation.
If you're a newcomer to concert-going, don't put your hands together until the others do.
Cows put to bed, it's time to put your hands together for some mehendi, which is about the only self-indulgence people are allowed on cow worshipping day.
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So put your hands together and thank the Lord above, That each and every one of us knows the meaning of love.
Won't you put your hands together and give God some praise for our city council president and the next mayor of the city of Harrisburg, the Honorable Linda Thompson?
Tryst Williams opens up the pages of his past 11 Put your hands together for Lynne Barrett-Lee's son.
HE was football crazy He was football mad He was also the best manager England ever had He even had a dream about it, when he was a lad That he, someday, would be the best manager England ever had So many football heroes, paid tribute to this man A hero to the heroes, and every football fan The chant was if anyone can do it, Bobby Robson can Cos he's the man that's on the lips of every football fan So put your hands together and raise your voice and cheer For a hero to the beautiful game So simple and so clear A scholar and a gentleman Whom we will miss so dear So we salute you Bobby Robson If we played football for another hundred years We'll never see your like again Salutations Bobby Robson A message from a simple man Who happens to respect you And be a football fan
So put your hands together for the day centre, I so look forward to going there.
Because it's time to put your hands together and show a little bit of respect for the old kids on the block.
And if you see a Nepalese person on the hiking trail, you always put your hands together as if in prayer and say, "Namaste," which means, "I honor the God within you.
You know when you were a child and you used to pUt your hands together and give your friend a boost over the fence?
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