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English definition of “hand in glove”

hand in glove

adverb
 
 
( US also hand and glove)
if you work hand in glove with someone, you work together very closely: The general manager at the Scottish plant, will work hand in glove with UK managing director in London. The lieutenant governor can work hand and glove with the new administration to make sure that the right bills get put forward.
(Definition of hand in glove from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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