Traducción de glad-hand en Español:

glad-hand

Pronunciación /ˈɡlæd ˌhænd///

verbo transitivo

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    to glad-hand sb (para conquistar su voto) estrecharle la mano a algn
    • With so many people in one place at one time, the state fair provides an opportunity for politicians to glad-hand and meet the constituents.
    • The stylishly attired owner, Henry, worked the room, glad-handing customers.
    • Just when the tight smile seemed in danger of breaking, he turned to glad-hand four of the defense attorneys as their co-counselors trailed in.
    • Among the younger hands, glad-handing optimism was the order of the day and the smiles never wavered.
    • He has had his half year of glory in glad-handing his way around the EU - and it could be a seductive experience.
    • Her dad is a politician, who is so used to glad-handing his constituents he has forgotten how to talk to his daughter.
    • He was employed entirely in glad-handing the guests.
    • But he's not going to be glad-handing it, jumping up and down.
    • While the two leaders were glad-handing each other in Moscow, two other nuclear powers - India and Pakistan - were rattling the nuclear sabre and threatening to bring it out of the scabbard.
    • The dogs like people and will usually glad-hand anyone they meet.
    • No, you weren't hallucinating: That really was Mr. Potato Head glad-handing exchange execs.
    • It was Monday last week, and the president was glad-handing with the great and the good at the Cincinnati Museum Centre in Ohio as he waited to give one of his most bellicose speeches yet.
    • He held out his hand like a salesman glad-handing a prospect.
    • He was out there glad-handing and botching a golden opportunity.
    • They'll knock on doors, chat up neighbors, glad-hand citizens at meetings, deliver absentee ballots, and ferry voters to the polls on Election Day.
    • Upon his entrance to the club, he was surrounded by about thirty people, glad-handing him and trying to start up conversations.
    • Speaking of elections, it looks like we'll be bombarded with politicians' faces, banners, ads and glad-handing over the holidays.
    • There I was, in this huge office full of baseball impresarios, sharing drinks and glad-handing each other.
    • He is now in New Zealand, glad-handing the locals and generally keeping an eye on how the money is being spent, which is a full-time occupation.