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shake (one's) hand

To grasp one's hand as a gesture of greeting, farewell, congratulation, or agreement. I think Dave is really upset with me—he wouldn't even shake my hand earlier. I shook her hand and paid her for the car.
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LONDON: A Swedish Muslim woman, whose job interview was ended after she refused to shake hands with a male interviewer due to her faith, has won a compensation case in a Swedish Labor Court ruling.
Seoul citizens shared a moment of collective awe and jubilation as they watched the two leaders of the divided Koreas shake hands in a historic summit in the countries' heavily-fortified border on Friday.
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Two Muslim students from Syria have been ordered by the Swiss education board that they must shake hands with their teacher, or pay a $5000 fine.
The Scot did admit he and Rafa Benitez did not shake hands after the game, though, with Neil claiming his Spanish counterpart had already headed down the tunnel.