1 shaking of sb's hand with one's own, as a greeting, etc 握手.
2 (idm 习语) a ,golden `handshake => golden.
the act of taking someone's right hand and shaking it, which people do when they meet or leave each other or when they have made an agreement He greeted me with a handshake and a glass of wine. Her handshake was warm and firm.
a special signal sent between two computers, fax
machines etc when they begin to exchange information>handshakingn[U]
1. While I had met Roosevelt at large diplomatic receptions in Washington, my contact had been limited to a brief handshake and an exchange of a few words. 在华盛顿的大型外交招待会上我曾见到过罗斯福，我与他的接触也只局限于短暂的握手和简单的几句交流。
2. In many cultures the most common form of first contact between two people is a handshake. 在许多文化环境里，两个人初次接触的最常见的方式就是握手。
3. In nearly every situation, a warm and firm handshake is a safe and positive way of showing an open and friendly attitude toward the people you meet. 几乎在所有的场合中，热情而有力的握手都是一种安全而积极的做法，向你所遇到的人表明你开放、友好的态度。