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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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When I shook hand with him, he kissed back of my hand and I pulled it back quickly.
On the DPRK side, the leaders of the DPRK and the United States shook hands again and took a photo opportunity before crossing the MDL back into the South Korean side.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques shook hands with the Iraqi Prime Minister's official accompanying delegation.
Lim and the younger Estrada shook hands as the crowd reacted to the gesture.
Her highness, also Bangladesh's defense minister, shook hands with Saudi royals, top officials and military leaders during the reception ceremony.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday showed no pain on Saturday as adoring individuals shook hands with him or grabbed his hands during the opening of the Organic and Natural Expo (ONE) Mindanao at SMX Convention Center here.
HE the Bulgarian President also shook hands with Their Excellencies members of the Qatari official delegation.
Once she shook hands with him, the defendant kissed her hand and tried to hug her before she stopped him.
The Emir then shook hands with members of the Singaporean official delegation and senior officials.
It wasn't clear if the two heard the request, and the two had shaken hands when Merkel arrived at the White House and they shook hands again after a White House news conference.
Neil added: "I went to (shake Benitez's hand) afterwards and I shook hands with the coaches who were remaining there but the bottom line is when you are a manager you want to win.
One child, the grandson of the consular cashier, announced, "I just shook hands with the president, the prime minister and the charge.
President Obama shook hands Monday with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif at the United Nations when they accidentally crossed paths.
One person was represented with NAO, allowing researchers to create a system where individuals shook hands prior to negotiations, even though they were in different locations.