Hands-on in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
hands-on
[ˈhænˈzɒn]
adjective
también:
  • he has a hands-on management style le gusta implicarse en todos los aspectos del negocio
  • hands-on training formación (f) práctica
hands-on [ˌhændzˈɒn]
adjective
[+experience] práctico; [+knowledge] personal
the museum has lots of hands-on exhibits se permite manipular un gran número de los objetos expuestos en el museo
an educational ocean-science center, with hands-on exhibits that are lots of fun for parents as well children A British official explained privately: `the Prime Minister has a very hands-on approach and is very interested in all the Gulf developments
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