Definition of hands-on in English:

hands-on

1Involving or offering active participation rather than theory: hands-on in-service training
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  • The time is equally divided between interactive theory classes and hands-on practical classes.
  • Patients were able to participate and gain hands-on experience.
  • In all, participants get hands-on training in eight skill areas of hunting and taking game.
1.1 Computing Involving or requiring personal operation at a keyboard.
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  • Keyboard shortcuts and tabbing support hands-on keying, or you can utilize standard mouse-click functionality.
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