High five

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1.See Cinch (the game).
2.a celebratory or mutually congratulatory gesture between two persons performed by each slapping the other's raised right hand. Also used as a verb.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Last year's winner Geraint Thomas gave his young team-mate a highfive as they crossed the line in Val Thorens, having himself moved up in the general classification to make it a one-two for Team Ineos.
Diogo Jota didn't mind too much, though - a big highfive as he went to do a round-table interview with some of the national newspapers and, of course, the Spiersmeister.
I mean how else could I get through the time my daughter had a tantrum while taking a bath because there's hair on the drain or because she forgot to "highfive" the taho guy?
The four companies named as IDC Innovators are Dialpad, DisplayNote Technologies, Highfive, and Videxio.
I'd just done the jive and we shared a highfive. It was great to see he was so proud of me.
They highfive each other and he asks Mason how he is.
"Interestingly, they also often have a deep admiration for ideals which actually are found in scripture - they would give Job a highfive or even a hug, they would encourage the Colossians to put on that overcoat of blood-red love, they would be blown away by the radical teachings of Jesus, the Good Shepherd and, if they could, would almost certainly have a selfie taken with him."
Froome even had time to highfive famous Tour fan Didi the Devil as they headed into Provence.
Each of the runners received a highfive from the Prince and the athletes, as they completed laps of the Millennium Bridge, cheered on by staff from Virgin Money, who sponsor the marathon and have been raising money for Heads Together.
Shan Sinha, chief executive of the video conferencing start-up Highfive, said his customers were discussing ways to save money over the coming months.