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  1. -handed

    • IPA[ˈhandəd]

    美式

    • comb.
      for or involving a specified number of hands;chiefly using or designed for use by the hand specified
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • comb.
      複合形 (combining form)
    • 1. for or involving a specified number of hands:

      a two-handed backhand

    • 2. chiefly using or designed for use by the hand specified:

      a right-handed batter

      a left-handed guitar

    • 3. having hands of a specified kind:

      strong-handed

    • n.
      the end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb:
    • the palm of her hand

      he was leading her by the hand

    • v.
      pick (something) up and give it to (someone):
    • he handed each man a glass

      I handed the trowel back to him

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    • n.
      the end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb:
    • he was leading her by the hand

      she placed the money on the palm of her hand

    • v.
      pick (something) up and give it to (someone):
    • he handed each man a glass

      I handed the trowel back to him

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    • adj.
      (of a person) using the left hand more naturally than the right:
    • a left-handed batter
    • adv.
      with the left hand:
    • a significant number play the game left-handed

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    • adj.
      (of a person) using the left hand more naturally than the right:
    • a left-handed batsman
    • adv.
      with the left hand:
    • a significant number play the game left-handed

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    • adj.
      (of a person) using the right hand more naturally than the left:
    • a right-handed golfer
    • adv.
      with the right hand:
    • Jackson bats right-handed

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    • adj.
      (of a person) using the right hand more naturally than the left:
    • the slant of the stab wounds suggested that the assailant was right-handed
    • adv.
      with the right hand, or in a manner natural to right-handed people:
    • Jackson bats right-handed

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    • adj. not having enough or the usual number of staff or crew:

    • the kitchen was a bit short-handed

      the management worked short-handed

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    • adj. not having enough or the usual number of staff or crew:

    • the kitchen was a bit short-handed

      because two cashiers were out with the flu, we worked short-handed

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    • IPA[ˈhandɪd]

    英式

    • comb.
      for or involving a specified number of hands:
    • four-handed piano pieces

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