shake (one's) hand

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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.
See also: hand, shake
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Minutes later, they spotted the man himself, who immediately went over to the Year 6 class and shook their hands.
After fans chatted to the band and shook their hands, a member of their team would grab them to scrub their hands." Singer Caleb Followill told NME he was now worried a fan would hurl human poo at the band.