go hand in hand

go hand in hand

Of two things, to accompany one another harmoniously. You can't have peanut butter without jelly—they just go hand in hand!
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go hand in hand

COMMON If two things go hand in hand, they are closely connected and cannot be considered separately from each other. The principle of the playgroup movement is that play and learning go hand in hand. Note: You can also say that one thing goes hand in hand with another thing. This symptom goes hand in hand with an overall disintegration of the personality. Compare with work hand in hand.
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go hand in hand

be closely associated (with each other).
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go hand in ˈhand (with something)

be closely connected (with something): Poverty tends to go hand in hand with disease, and raising people’s incomes usually helps to improve their health.A bad economic situation and rising crime usually go hand in hand.
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ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that the journey of development and democracy will go hand in hand in the country.
Travel and stress often go hand in hand, especially for frequent road warriors.