Traducción de handshake en Español:


apretón de manos, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhæn(d)ˌʃeɪk//ˈhan(d)ʃeɪk/


  • 1

    (between people)
    apretón de manos masculino
    • The customary greeting involves a firm handshake, direct eye contact, and perhaps a slight nod of the head but rarely embracing or kissing.
    • Men and women limit their greetings to a handshake; kissing in public is considered scandalous.
    • A firm handshake is the basic greeting, and people shake hands again when they part.
    • A handshake is the normal greeting between men and women unless one is very familiar with the person.
    • This greeting - be it a kiss, a handshake or, in Japan, a bow - has been a part of the Mass before the Mass was even called the Mass.
    • Duncan and I make our way over to them, all the way doing the greetings, the handshakes with the guys and the kissy-kissy on the cheeks with the girls, that are actually a pretty nice French custom.
    • He set down one of his items on the floor and stretched his hand for a handshake and I shook his hand as firmly as I could with my free hand.
    • David Trimble memorably refused to shake Adams's hand, saying the handshake originated from two adversaries wanting to show each other they were not carrying weapons.
    • He received a few awed stares, many cheerful greetings and a hearty handshake from the leader of the family.
    • The social workers and the parents exchanged hellos and handshakes and then introduced Jaime.
    • We all exchanged handshakes and smiles, and immediately resumed our trek.
    • After an exchange of handshakes, all nine sat down to begin the meeting.
    • Outside of formal introductions greetings are often vocal and are not accompanied by a handshake or kiss.
    • They greeted me with a hug and then politely exchanged handshakes with Jake.
    • There were handshakes and greetings on every side and the lucky ones got teddy bears and red roses, to say nothing of rings and pendants.
    • Extended greetings and handshakes are very important in most Namibian cultures.
    • The usual greeting is a handshake, although Roma men often embrace relatives and close friends and kiss them on the cheek.
    • Instead he put on a big grin and put his hand out toward Mitch to signal for a handshake.
    • Hugs and handshakes were exchanged before Christopher and Lydia boarded the train.
    • I read recently in this newspaper that kissing has now supplanted the handshake as the greeting of choice among male friends.
  • 2

    protocolo de intercambio masculino
    • It is already possible today for researchers to exchange haptic stimuli over the Internet to simulate handshakes.
    • In a normal TCP / IP connection, two devices need to complete a three-way handshake before initiating transmission.
    • SCSI is a parallel bus technology, similar to the buses that make up all computer systems, and every transfer is guaranteed and acknowledged with proper handshakes.
    • Storage virtualization has generally been associated with the handshake between computers and disk blocks.
    • A connection between a browser and a Web server is divided into two phases, the handshake and the data transfer.
    • It boasts intrusion detection systems, encryption key management and a cryptography accelerator that can perform up to 6,000 SSL handshakes a second.
    • For those cursed with dialup, you probably know what the modem handshake sounds like, with the hissing and screaming before it is connected.
    • SAS, on the other hand, provides a loose handshake and thus frames can be transferred in both directions simultaneously.
    • TCP, one of the main protocols used on the Internet, uses a three-way handshake to connect your browser to the Web site you want.
    • It contains an unchecked buffer in the part of its code which deals with handshakes when connecting to SMTP server.