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get your hands on something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget your hands on somethingget your hands on somethingGET informal to succeed in getting something She’s only marrying him to get her hands on his money. hand
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get your hands on somethingThe company may need all the products and sales techniques it can get its hands on.They value everything they can get their hands on.The best seats in the house are $150, if you can get your hands on a ticket.He was an absolute nonreader until Rosalie got her hands on him the year before.Competitors would love to get their hands on that $ 7 billion.I need to get my hands on a big lexicon.These days, Parkes finds fans scrapping to get their hands on set lists, drum sticks, and towels.Besides, Ward's wife will want to get her hands on it.Maple Leaf has wanted to get its hands on some of Schneider's operations for years.
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