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  1. hands-on
    IPA[ˌhan(d)zˈän]
  2. adjective

    • 1. involving direct involvement or intervention:

      increasingly, CEOs are taking a hands-on approach to information security
    • 2. involving or offering active participation rather than theory:

      hands-on practice to gain experience
    • involving or offering active participation rather than theory
    • adjective

      involving direct involvement or intervention:

      involving or offering active participation rather than theory:

    • involving or offering active participation rather than theory
    • find and take possession of

      place one's hands on or over, especially in confirmation, ordination, or spiritual healing

    • find and take possession of

      place one's hands on or over, especially in confirmation, ordination, or spiritual healing

    • a cry or signal used on board ship, typically in an emergency, to indicate that all crew members are to go on deck
    • a cry or signal used on board ship, typically in an emergency, to indicate that all crew members are to go on deck
    • find or get something

      place one's hands on (someone), especially as an act of blessing or spiritual healing

    • find or get something
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