,hands-`on adjective
hands-on experience or training involves you doing something instead of just reading about it or watching other people do it
a. someone who is hands-on is involved in something and does not let other people do all the work and make all the decisions

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • Hands Up! — may refer to: * Hands Up! (1926 film), directed by Clarence G. Badger * Hands Up! (1917 film), a 1917 film directed by Tod Browning * Hands Up! (serial), directed by Louis J. Gasnier and James W. Horne …   Wikipedia

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  • Hands Up! — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Hands Up! Orígenes musicales: Trance, Eurodance, Hard Trance, Hardstyle Orígenes culturales …   Wikipedia Español

  • hands-on — adj [usually before noun] doing something yourself rather than just talking about it or telling other people to do it ▪ a chance to get some hands on experience of the job ▪ He has a very hands on approach to management …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Hands — [hɛnt̮s , auch: hændz ], das; , [zu engl. hand = Hand] (Fußball österr. veraltend, schweiz.): Handspiel, ↑ Hand (4). * * * Hands [hɛnts, auch: hændz], das; , [zu engl. hand = Hand] (Fußball österr., schweiz.): Handspiel, ↑Hand (4) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hands — [hɛnts, auch hændz] das; , <aus engl. hands »Hände«> (österr.) Handspiel (beim Fußball) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • hands-on — also hands on, as an adjective, by 1969 …   Etymology dictionary

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