Definition of join hands in English:

join hands

1Hold each other’s hands: now join hands in a circle
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  • Before eating, everyone forms up in two circles, facing each other, joins hands and chants ‘Aum’, the Indian mantra.
  • Partners face each other, join hands, and form a long ‘tunnel.’
  • I witness the pledging of this man and woman, that they have joined hands and sworn to each other.
1.1Work together: education has been shy to join hands with business
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  • We need to create a culture of tolerance and forgiveness and join hands together as one nation.
  • Until about 1720, Dutch ethnics married within the group, worshiped together, and joined hands for economic and political objectives.
  • How have Vinton and Turpin joined hands to knead together art and commerce, creativity and discipline?
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