hands-on

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

hands–on

adjective \ˈhan(d)z-ˈn, -ˈän\

: gained by actually doing something rather than learning about it from books, lectures, etc.

: involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands

: actively and personally involved in something (such as running a business)

Full Definition of HANDS-ON

1
:  relating to, being, or providing direct practical experience in the operation or functioning of something <hands–on training>; also :  involving or allowing use of or touching with the hands <a hands–on museum display>
2
:  characterized by active personal involvement <a hands–on manager>

First Known Use of HANDS-ON

1969

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