fist bump


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fist bump

n.
A gesture of greeting, elation, or congratulation in which one person taps the end of a fist against that of another person.

fist′-bump′ v.

fist bump

n
a gesture of congratulation or greeting in which two people briefly connect clenched fists together
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Chan even posed with Duterte's signature fist bump in one photo.
In the video streamof the Presidential Communications Office, Zalameda was seen doing a fist bump, a gesture associated with Duterte.
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DONALD Trump arrived in the UK amid a characteristic storm of rhetoric - and a 'fist bump' with the Queen.
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Pimentel on Tuesday sent reporters a photo of him with the President raising his hand, and with both of them doing the signature fist bump of the Partido Demokratiko ng Pilipinas-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban).
Hassett said he got a 'fist bump' from President Donald Trump on Friday after the January employment report provided 'good news the White House needed'.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Elmarghani, 38, originally from Libya, said 'that's fine" and offered Reilly a fist bump, which the 41-year-old reciprocated.