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  1. hand

    • IPA[hand]

    英式

    • n.
      the end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb;a prehensile organ resembling the hand and forming the end part of a limb of various mammals, such as that on all four limbs of a monkey.
    • v.
      pick (something) up and give it to (someone);make (abusive, untrue, or otherwise objectionable remarks) to (someone)
    • noun: hand, plural noun: hands

    • verb: hand, 3rd person present: hands, gerund or present participle: handing, past tense: handed, past participle: handed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. 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

    • 2. a prehensile organ resembling the hand and forming the end part of a limb of various mammals, such as that on all four limbs of a monkey.
    • 3. a person's arm, including the hand:

      that dog bite me on mi hand, right below the elbow

    • 4. operated by or held in the hand:

      hand luggage

    • 5. done or made manually rather than by machine:

      hand signals

      a hand-stitched quilt

    • 6. a round of applause:

      his fans gave him a big hand

    • 7. a person's handwriting:

      he inscribed the statement in a bold hand

    • 8. a pledge of marriage by a woman:

      he wrote to request the hand of her daughter in marriage

    • 9. a pointer on a clock or watch indicating the passing of units of time:

      the second hand

    • 10. used in reference to the power to direct something:

      the day-to-day running of the house was in her hands

      they are taking the law into their own hands

    • 11. an active role in achieving or influencing something:

      he had a big hand in organizing the event

    • 12. help in doing something:

      do you need a hand?

    • 13. a person's workmanship, especially in artistic work:

      his idiosyncratic hand

    • 14. a person who does something to a specified standard:

      I'm a great hand at inventing

    • 15. a person who engages in manual labour, especially in a factory, on a farm, or on board a ship:

      a factory hand

      the ship was lost with all hands

    • 16. the set of cards dealt to a player in a card game:

      he's got a good hand

      the situation does not give them a strong hand at the negotiating table

    • 17. a round or short spell of play in a card game:

      they played a hand of whist

    • 18. the cards held by a declarer as opposed to those in the dummy:

      declarer won in hand and led ♣J

    • 19. a unit of measurement of a horse's height, equal to 4 inches (10.16 cm).
    • 20. a bunch of bananas:

      mottled hands of bananas

    • 21. a forehock of pork.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. pick (something) up and give it to (someone):

      he handed each man a glass

      I handed the trowel back to him

    • 2. make (abusive, untrue, or otherwise objectionable remarks) to (someone):

      all the yarns she'd been handing me

    • 3. hold the hand of (someone) in order to guide them in a specified direction:

      he handed them into the carriage

    • 4. take in or furl (a sail):

      hand in the main!

    • comb. for or involving a specified number of hands:

    • a two-handed backhand

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    • comb. for or involving a specified number of hands:

    • four-handed piano pieces

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    • n.
      the hand of a person's right side.
    • adj.
      on or towards the right side of a person or thing:
    • the top right-hand corner

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    • n.
      the hand of a person's right side.
    • adj.
      on or toward the right side of a person or thing:
    • the top right-hand corner

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    • ph. receiving or requiring immediate attention

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    • adj.
      (of goods) having had a previous owner; not new:
    • a second-hand car
    • adv.
      on the basis that something has had a previous owner:
    • tips on the pitfalls to avoid when buying second-hand

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    • ph. receiving or requiring immediate attention

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    • n.
      the hand of a person's left side.
    • adj.
      on or towards the left side of a person or thing:
    • his left-hand pocket

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    • IPA[hand]

    美式

    • 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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  2. 知識+

    • HAND的用法

      HAND OUT 分派 → to assign; to apportion; to allot; to hand out 分發 → to distribute; to hand out; to give out; to hand round 施捨 → to give to the poor; to hand out; to give...

    • Hands

      若不是第三人稱單數加s的情形 這裡指的是hand的複數 可能有下列這些意思 1. 手 2. 鐘錶的指針 3. 玩撲克時手中的牌 (所以有show hand梭哈的用法) 4. 某"方面"

    • Red-handed offender 現行犯

      ...這裡是典故: http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/caught-red-handed.html 來自形容處決人犯或是捕獵季節... ------------ Red-handed doesn...