English version

join hands

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjoin handsjoin handsif people join hands, they hold each other’s hands They joined hands and danced round and round. join
Examples from the Corpus
join handsI have a message of hope: the time has come to join hands.With that, doctor and patient joined hands and bowed their heads as Keys prayed.They want to join hands and share.Physician and theologian join hands in assigning responsibility.They joined hands, they twirled round and round and round.Li expressed the hope that the two developing powers join hands to develop high-tech industries, especially information technology.They would not on any account join hands with Lucifer.
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