have a hand for (someone or something)(redirected from had a hand for something)
have a hand for (someone or something)
1. To applaud someone or something. Used as an imperative to encourage others to applaud. Let's have a hand for our fine opening act, The Dancing Dillard Sisters! Wonderful job, Jenn. Can we have a hand for Jenn, everyone?
2. To be particularly skilled at or proficient in something. I don't have a hand for assembling those delicate figurines—I'm just too clumsy.
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