English version

hand in hand

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhand in handhand in handCONNECTED WITH a) (go) hand in hand if two things go hand in hand, they are closely connected Wealth and power go hand in hand in most societies.hand in hand with They say that genius often goes hand in hand with madness. b) if two people walk, stand etc hand in hand, they walk, stand etc while they are holding each other’s hand They walked hand in hand in silence up the path. hand
Examples from the Corpus
hand withEconomic progress goes hand in hand with environmental responsibility.And all of this goes hand in hand with an air of impunity.The freedom to work at whatever you want to goes hand in hand with freedom of every kind.We shall see in a moment that there are problems with the nationalism which goes hand in hand with this outlook.When Mandela left prison in 1990, he walked hand in hand with Winnie through the waiting crowds.The child walking hand in hand with her father.The evolution of the curtain wall went hand in hand with the invention of the steel framework.