• If two things go hand in hand it means they exist together and are connected with each other.

  • Two things that go well together.
  • In cooperation; jointly.
  • To hold hands.

1. An increase in traffic accidents often goes hand in hand with horrible weather conditions.

 

2. Cookies and milk go hand in hand.

 

3. Daniel and Vanessa attended the funeral hand in hand.

 

4. My grandparents walked together, hand in hand.

associated, attach, closely associated, combine, correlate, conjointly, join, link, pair, related, together, unify, unite, working together

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