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Hand tarimas:

  • /hænd/

Hand audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb.
  • noun: A homologous or similar part in other animals, as the terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates.
  • noun: A unit of length equal to 4 inches (10.2 centimeters), used especially to specify the height of a horse.
  • noun: Something suggesting the shape or function of the human hand, especially:
  • noun: Any of the rotating pointers used as indexes on the face of a mechanical clock.
  • noun: A pointer, as on a gauge or dial.
  • noun: Printing See index.
  • noun: Lateral direction indicated according to the way in which one is facing: at my right hand.
  • noun: A style or individual sample of writing.
  • noun: A signature: put my hand to the contract.
  • noun: A round of applause to signify approval.
  • noun: Physical assistance; help: gave me a hand with the bags.
  • noun: Sports A handball in soccer.
  • noun: Games The cards held in a card game by a given player at any time.
  • noun: Games The number of cards dealt each player; the deal.
  • noun: Games A player or participant in a card game: We need a fourth hand for bridge.
  • noun: Games A portion or section of a game during which all the cards dealt out are played: a hand of poker.
  • noun: One who performs manual labor: a factory hand.
  • noun: One who is part of a group or crew: the ship's hands.
  • noun: A participant in an activity, often one who specializes in a particular activity or pursuit: an old hand at labor negotiations.
  • noun: The degree of immediacy of a source of information; degree of reliability: heard the scandalous tale at third hand.
  • noun: The strength or force of one's position: negotiated from a strong hand.
  • noun: Possession, ownership, or keeping. Often used in the plural: The books should be in your hands by noon.
  • noun: Power; jurisdiction; care: The defendant's fate is in the hands of the jury. Dinner is in the chef's hands.
  • noun: Involvement or participation: "In all this was evident the hand of the counterrevolutionaries” ( John Reed).
  • noun: An influence or effect: The manager had a hand in all major decisions.
  • noun: Evidence of craft or artistic skill: can see the hand of a genius even in the lighter poems.
  • noun: An aptitude or ability: I tried my hand at decorating.
  • noun: The aesthetic feel or tactile quality of something, such as a fabric, textile, or carpeting, that indicates its fineness, texture, and durability.
  • noun: A manner or way of performing something: a light hand with makeup.
  • noun: Permission or a promise, especially a pledge to wed.
  • noun: A commitment or agreement, especially when sealed by a handshake; one's word: You have my hand on that.
  • verb-transitive: To give or pass with or as if with the hands; transmit: Hand me your keys.
  • verb-transitive: To aid, direct, or conduct with the hands: The usher handed the patron to a reserved seat.
  • verb-transitive: Nautical To roll up and secure (a sail); furl.
  • verb-transitive: Sports To give (the ball) directly to a teammate, as in football. Often used with off.
  • verb-transitive: Sports To carry, strike, or propel (the ball) with the hand or arm in violation of the rules in soccer.
  • verb-intransitive: Sports To make a handoff, as in football. Often used with off.
  • phrasal-verb: hand down To bequeath to one's heirs.
  • phrasal-verb: hand down To make and pronounce (an official decision, especially a court verdict).
  • phrasal-verb: hand on To turn over to another.
  • phrasal-verb: hand out To distribute freely; disseminate.
  • phrasal-verb: hand out To administer or deal out.
  • phrasal-verb: hand over To release or relinquish to another.
  • phrasal-verb: hand up To deliver (an indictment) to a higher judicial authority.
  • idiom: at hand Close by; near.
  • idiom: at hand Soon in time; imminent: Retribution is at hand.
  • idiom: hand By or through the agency of: favors he received at the hands of his uncle.
  • idiom: by hand By using the hands; manually.
  • idiom: get To get possessioon of; acquire or obtain.
  • idiom: hand and foot With concerted, never-ending effort: had to wait on them hand and foot.
  • idiom: in On intimate terms or in close association: "The folklore of American academia says that publishing and teaching go hand in glove” ( Edward B. Fiske).
  • idiom: hand in hand In cooperation; jointly.
  • idiom: hand it to Informal To give credit to: You've got to hand it to her; she knows what she's doing.
  • idiom: hand over fist At a tremendous rate: made money hand over fist.
  • idiom: hands down With no trouble; easily.
  • idiom: hands down Indisputably; unquestionably.
  • idiom: in hand In one's possession: arrived with the contract in hand.
  • idiom: in hand Under control: kept the tense situation in hand.
  • idiom: in hand Under consideration: gave her attention to the matter in hand.
  • idiom: in hand In preparation or process: With the work finally in hand, we began to see progress.
  • idiom: in hand Sports Remaining to be played by one team but not by another: Their team is ahead in the standings, but our team has two games in hand.
  • idiom: off (one's) hands No longer under one's jurisdiction, within one's responsibility, or in one's care: We finally got that project off our hands.
  • idiom: on hand Present; available: Are there enough people on hand to hold a meeting?
  • idiom: on hand About to happen; imminent; What is on hand for this evening?
  • idiom: on In one's possession, often as an imposed responsibility or burden: Now they have the grandchildren on their hands.
  • idiom: on the one hand As one point of view; from one standpoint.
  • idiom: on the other hand As another point of view; from another standpoint.
  • idiom: out of hand Out of control: Employee absenteeism has gotten out of hand.
  • idiom: out of hand At once; immediately.
  • idiom: out of hand Over and done with; finished.
  • idiom: out of hand Uncalled for or improper; indiscreet.
  • idiom: to hand Nearby.
  • idiom: to hand In one's possession.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • at the hands of iš (kieno nors) pusės
  • at first (second) hand iš pirmų (antrų) rankų
  • by hand a) rankomis (nemechaniškai)
  • ranka
  • at hand čia pat
  • po ranka
  • by the hand už rankos
  • už parankės
  • to shake hands with paspausti ranką
  • pasisveikinti
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