Dictionary: shake hands
I can't make sense of this entry. Does the English mean "to make someone shake hands with someone else"? Or does it mean "to make 'shake hands' -- whatever that might be -- with someone else"?
Either way, I feel it can be deleted.
"make shake hands" brings up 10 Google hits, none in the UK or Australia and none seemlingly in support of this English/German pairing.
(This from the OED (online ed.) under "shake (v.)":
9. To clasp and move to and fro (another person's hand) as a customary salutation or an expression of friendly feeling. a. to shake hands (said of two persons mutually saluting thus); also (of one person) to shake hands with (another):
(a) as a greeting, sign of friendship or goodwill, confirmation of a promise, bargain, etc.; (of combatants) as a sign of the absence of ill-feeling.)