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  1. handle

    • IPA[ˈhand(ə)l]

    英式

    • v.
      feel or manipulate with the hands;(chiefly in soccer) touch (the ball) with the hand or lower arm in contravention of the rules
    • n.
      the part by which a thing is held, carried, or controlled;a means of understanding, controlling, or approaching (a person or situation)
    • verb: handle, 3rd person present: handles, gerund or present participle: handling, past tense: handled, past participle: handled

    • noun: handle, plural noun: handles

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    • 1. the part by which a thing is held, carried, or controlled a holdall with two carrying handles
    • a means of understanding, controlling, or approaching (a person or situation) this analogy will help readers to get a handle on the concept
    • 2. informal a name or nickname that's some handle for a baby a former Washington DJ whose handle was ‘Fat Daddy’
    • a person’s username on an online forum or social media site she's changed her Twitter handle
    • 3. the feel of goods, especially textiles, when handled fabrics with a softer handle
    • 4. US informal the total amount of money bet over a particular time or at a particular event the monthly handle of a couple of casinos in Las Vegas
    • 5. US a large bottle in which spirits are sold, typically holding a half gallon a handle of Jim Beam
    • adj.
      having a handle or handles, especially of a specified type or number: brass-handled doors a two-handled cup

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    • adj.
      having a handle or handles, especially of a specified type or number: brass-handled doors a two-handled cup

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    • v.
      control the puck with one's stick: he could skate, stick-handle, and score with the best players of the period players had to advance the puck by stick-handling

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    • n.
      a small measure of beer: I drank two half-handles in quick succession

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    • n.
      a crank for starting the engine of a car.

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    • n.
      a handle for people to hold on to for support: there are four roof-mounted grab handles

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    • n.
      (especially in a diesel or electric train) a lever that acts as a safety device by shutting off ...

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    • ph.
      lose one's temper suddenly and unexpectedly

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    • IPA[ˈhandl]

    美式

    • v.
      feel or manipulate with the hands: heavy paving slabs can be difficult to handle people who handle food
    • n.
      the part by which a thing is held, carried, or controlled: the pan features helpful lifting handles

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