Phrase of the Day (get one’s hands on)-04JUN21

Phrase of the Day (get one's hands on)-04JUN21

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is “get one’s hands on” and its meaning is “get, obtain, acquire, procure, buy, purchase”.

Example Sentence: Ever since they emerged from the shock of the pandemic recession last year, carmakers have been unable to get their hands on enough semiconductors to make cars to meet demand. Chips are not used just in computers – they are the brains behind a whole range of everyday devices and are integral in car production as vehicles do more and more of the thinking for drivers.

Phrase of the Day (get one's hands on)-04JUN21

This phrase is present in The Guardian article Chips with everything: how one Taiwanese company drives the world economy and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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