Focus on the pronunciation of handshake
English definition of “handshake”
/ˈhændʃeɪk/ noun [C]
› a greeting in which two people who are facing each other take hold of each other's right hand and move it up and down: His charm begins with a warm smile, his arm on your shoulder and a firm handshake.
› a business agreement made informally without signing an agreement: a handshake agreement/deal On a handshake, I've promised the first car to one of our established customers.
› IT a signal sent from one computer to another to show that they are ready to send and receive information: Hackers false requests for an electronic handshake with our machines are so numerous that the legitimate requests can't get through.