In a first


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Brazilian Portuguese
"fist bump
-a "handshake" of sorts, used in greeting or in congratulations.

The hand is first held in a first.

In the longer version, one person taps the bottom of their fist against the top of the other person's fist, then the fists are to switch place and are tapped again, then they are tapped front-to-front.

In the shorter version, the closed fists are simply tapped front-to-front."

Source: The Online Slang Dictionary - definition of fist bump

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