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strike hands

obsolescent To shake hands, as to indicate greeting, farewell, agreement, approval, or congratulation. It was a momentous occasion when the leaders of the two warring nations struck hands at the peace summit. What a wonderful feeling to strike hands with my old friend once again.
See also: hand, strike

strike hands

To conclude a bargain or reach an agreement.
See also: hand, strike
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0 KUDUS Oyenuga bagged the most notable goal of his career against Rangers but insists two assists in Cowdenbeath's first win since February beat that Ibrox strike hands down.
Price's late strike hands Stratford share of spoils Stratford Town.
May 7, 2006: Titus Bramble's late strike hands his side a 1-0 final-day victory over champions Chelsea and a top-seven finish.
Goals in either half from John Finnigan and Steve Guinan give Wycombe a mountain to climb in the second leg this week, even though a late Tommy Mooney strike hands them a slender lifeline.
The decision to strike hands ScotRail the moral high ground.
Oct 27: Celtic are rocked when a late John Stewart strike hands the Dons a second straight win at ParkheadRangers 2, Celtic 0 Nov 20: First-half goals from Nacho Novo and Dado Prso decide a brutal derby.