hands-on


hands-on
1) hands-on experience практический опыт работы; опыт работы непосредственно на объекте
2) hands-on training 1. практические занятия 2. то, что в технических вузах называется «мастерские», «лабораторные занятия» и т.д.
3) hands-on training session практические занятия (напр., для водителей)

English-Russian dictionary of scientific and technical difficulties vocabulary. . 2007.

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  • hands-on — ˈhands on adjective HUMAN RESOURCES doing something yourself rather than just talking about it or telling other people to do it: • She intends to continue being very much a hands on manager. * * * hands on UK US /ˌhændzˈɒn/ adjective ► WORKPLACE… …   Financial and business terms

  • Hands Up — may refer to: * a music genre with the same name * Ruki Vverh, or Hands Up, a Russian pop music group * Hands Up (TLC song) , a song by TLC from their album 3D * Hands Up (Lloyd Banks song) , the first single of Lloyd Banks s second album Rotten… …   Wikipedia

  • hands — n. 1. a person s power or discretionary action; as, my fate is in your hands. Syn: custody. [WordNet 1.5] 2. The force of workers available; as, all hands on deck. Syn: work force, manpower, men. [WordNet 1.5] A dictionary containing a natural… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hands Up! — may refer to: * Hands Up! (1926 film), directed by Clarence G. Badger * Hands Up! (1917 film), a 1917 film directed by Tod Browning * Hands Up! (serial), directed by Louis J. Gasnier and James W. Horne …   Wikipedia

  • Hands — steht für: den Schweizer Begriff für Handspiel das Debütalbum der englischen Elektropop Musikerin Little Boots Hands ist der Name von: Marina Hands (* 1977), französische Schauspielerin Terry Hands (* 1941), britischer Theaterregisseur …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hands Up! — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Hands Up! Orígenes musicales: Trance, Eurodance, Hard Trance, Hardstyle Orígenes culturales …   Wikipedia Español

  • hands-on — adj [usually before noun] doing something yourself rather than just talking about it or telling other people to do it ▪ a chance to get some hands on experience of the job ▪ He has a very hands on approach to management …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hands-on — adjective hands on experience or training involves you doing something instead of just reading about it or watching other people do it a. someone who is hands on is involved in something and does not let other people do all the work and make all… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Hands — [hɛnt̮s , auch: hændz ], das; , [zu engl. hand = Hand] (Fußball österr. veraltend, schweiz.): Handspiel, ↑ Hand (4). * * * Hands [hɛnts, auch: hændz], das; , [zu engl. hand = Hand] (Fußball österr., schweiz.): Handspiel, ↑Hand (4) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hands — [hɛnts, auch hændz] das; , <aus engl. hands »Hände«> (österr.) Handspiel (beim Fußball) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • hands-on — also hands on, as an adjective, by 1969 …   Etymology dictionary

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