Definition of hands-on in English:

hands-on

Translate hands-on into Spanish

adjective

  • 1Involving direct involvement or intervention.

    • ‘increasingly, CEOs are taking a hands-on approach to information security’
    1. 1.1Involving or offering active participation rather than theory.
      • ‘hands-on practice to gain experience’
      empirical, hands-on, pragmatic, real, actual, active, applied, experiential, experimental, non-theoretical, in the field

Pronunciation

hands-on

/ˌhan(d)zˈän/ /ˌhæn(d)zˈɑn/