Definition of offer one's hand in English:

offer one's hand

Extend one’s hand to be shaken as a sign of friendship: the golfer who offers his hand to a victorious opponent figurative it was time to offer our hand to the emerging democracies of eastern Europe
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  • At the end of the session we bowed, as everyone does, and he offered his hand for me to shake, which I did.
  • Before I knew it I was walking over to her and offering my hand for her to shake.
  • ‘Hello Mr. and Mrs. Parker,’ Will said offering his hand to shake.
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