Translations for HANDhænd; ˈlɜr nɪd

1

hand(noun)

the part of the body at the end of the arm.

2

hand(verb)

to give (something) to someone by hand

I handed him the book; He handed it back to me; I'll go up the ladder, and you can hand the tools up to me.

3

hand(noun)

a pointer on a clock, watch etc

Clocks usually have an hour hand and a minute hand.

4

hand(verb)

to pass, transfer etc into another's care etc

That is the end of my report from Paris. I'll now hand you back to Fred Smith in the television studio in London.

5

hand(noun)

a person employed as a helper, crew member etc

a farm hand; All hands on deck!

6

hand(noun)

help; assistance

Can I lend a hand?; Give me a hand with this box, please.

7

hand(noun)

a set of playing-cards dealt to a person

I had a very good hand so I thought I had a chance of winning.

8

hand(noun)

a measure (approximately centimetres) used for measuring the height of horses

a horse of 14 hands.

9

hand(noun)

handwriting

written in a neat hand.

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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