hands-on

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Possibly from the phrase all hands on deck.

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hands-on (not comparable)

  1. Involving active participation.
    The internship will provide hands-on training.
    Our manager has a very hands-on approach.
    Hands-on computing can make complicated computer tasks more natural to users.

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