English → English - hand

Pronunciation
n. part of the body at the end of the arm; handwriting; pointer on a clock; cards dealt to a card player; help; skill, ability; side; round of applause; worker; sailor; linear measure equal to 4 inches
v. give, pass using the hand; help, assist
adj. of or pertaining to a hand

English → Spanish - hand

Pronunciation
s. mano; manecilla, aguja, aguja del reloj; obrero, jornalero; letra, estilo de escribir; tripulante; repartidor de cartas
v. pasar
adj. manual

Spanish → English - hand

Pronunciation
n. handball, ball game played by bouncing a small rubber ball against a wall

English → French - hand

Pronunciation
n. main; écriture; geste; jeu (dans la main du joueur); ouvrier; matelot
v. donner, remettre; aider
adj. manuel, de main

English → German - hand

Pronunciation
n. Hand; Handschrift; Zeiger eier Uhr; Karten die einem Spieler ausgeteilt werden; aus erster Hand (Ursprung); Hilfe; Fähigkeit; Seite; Beifall, Applaus; Arbeiter; Schiffsangestellter
v. geben, überreichen; helfen; aushelfen
adj. mit der Hand; mit Hilfe der Hand

English → Indonesian - hand

Pronunciation
n. tangan, sisi, sumber, jarum, sisir, tandan, empat inci, buruh tani, anak kapal, tulisan tangan, tulisan, gaya tulisan tangan, tepukan tangan, tepuk tangan, tepukan, tangan besi, kartu yg dibagikan, susunan kartu
v. memberikan, menyampaikan, menyerahkan, mengulurkan, mengaturkan
a. tangan

English → Italian - hand

Pronunciation
s. mano; (fig) abilità, destrezza; stile, impronta; lancetta; operaio; (Mar) marinaio, membro dell'equipaggio; (fig) persona molto abile, maestro; lato, parte, direzione; aiuto; scrittura; firma
v. porgere, passare, dare; consegnare; aiutare; (Mar) ammainare, serrare
agg. a mano; fatto a mano, manuale

English → Polish - hand

Pronunciation
n. rober {karc.}, dłoń, ręka, garść, łapa: przednia łapa zwierzęcia, pismo, podpis, strona, robotnik, adept, marynarz na statku, wskaźnik, wskazówka zegara
v. wręczać, doręczać
a. podręczny

English → Portuguese - hand

Pronunciation
s. mão; letra de mão; mão-de-obra; aptidão, habilidade; aplauso; mão (num jogo de cartas); operário, trabalhador; marujo
v. dar, entregar, passar; ajudar
adj. feito a mão

English → Romanian - hand

Pronunciation
n. mână, braţ, brâncă, labă din faţă, mână de ajutor {fig.}, îndemânare, autor, parte, proprietate, scris, scriere, semnătură, sursă, lucrător, executant, stăpânire, profit, câştig, control, aplauze
v. înmâna, da, remite, transmite
a. manual

English → Russian - hand

Pronunciation
с. рука, кисть руки, ладонь, передняя лапа; мастер; указатель, стрелка, стрелка часов; сторона; контроль; источник; крыло; рабочий, работник, команда судна, экипаж, исполнитель; ловкость, умение, почерк, подпись; помощь, активная поддержка; аплодисменты; власть; карты на руках у игрока
г. передавать, вручать, помочь, предоставлять, слишком легко уступить
прил. ручной, подручный

English → Turkish - hand

Pronunciation
f. vermek, uzatmak, yardım etmek
i. el, parti, yardım, pay, parmak, ustalık, yetenek, usta, kurt, ibre, akrep, yelkovan, taraf, demet, salkım, hevenk, alkış, evlilik sözü
s. el

English → Ukrainian - hand

Pronunciation
n. рука, лапа, бік, ручка
v. вручати, доторкатися, провести за руку, доручати, подавати
a. ручний, переносний, наручний

German → English - hand

Pronunciation
v. give, pass using the hand; help, assist

Dutch → English - hand

Pronunciation
n. hand, part of the body at the end of the arm

English → Dutch - hand

Pronunciation
zn. hand; handschrift; wijzer; 4 inch; kaarten i.d. hand van kaartspeler; arbeider; matroos
ww. aanreiken, doorgeven, geven; helpen
bn. handig, v.d. hand

English → Greek - hand

Pronunciation
ουσ. χειρ, χέρι, γραφή, δείκτης ωρολόγιου, εργάτης
ρήμ. εγχειρίζω, θίγω

German → Spanish - hand

Pronunciation
n. mano (f), letra (f), pata (f), zarpa (f), tentáculo (m)

German → French - hand

Pronunciation
n. main (f), patte (f)

German → Italian - hand

Pronunciation
n. mano (f), manciata (f), mano: fallo di mano {sport.} (f), patta {mar.} (f), braccio (m)

German → Russian - hand

Pronunciation
n. рука (f), кисть руки (f), ладонь (f)

German → Turkish - hand

Pronunciation
i. el (f), kişi (f), dest (f)

Dutch → French - hand

Pronunciation
(anatomie) main (f)

English → Arabic - hand

Pronunciation
‏إشراف، براعة، جانب، خط، سيطرة، شىء كاليد، عامل، عقرب الساعة، كتابة، مؤشر، كف، الأيدى العاملة، يد‏
‏بعث، ساعد باليد، سلم باليد، أعطى‏

English → Chinese - hand

Pronunciation
(名) 手; 协助; 掌管
(动) 支持; 交给; 搀扶

English → Chinese - hand

Pronunciation
(名) 手; 協助; 掌管
(動) 支援; 交給; 攙扶

English → Hindi - hand

Pronunciation
n. हाथ, भुज, भुजा, मुठिया, लिखावट, लिखने का ढंग, हस्ताक्षर, कर्मचारी, कार्यकर्त्ता, सहायता, ताश का दांव, घड़ी की सूई
a. दस्ती, हाथ का

English → Japanese - hand

Pronunciation
(動) 手渡す; 手を貸す
(形) 手に余って; 手を離れて
(名) 手; 手書き; 針; 配ったカードゲームのカード; 援助, 人手; 能力; 面; 拍手; 労働者; 乗組員; 4インチに等しい長さの単位

English → Korean - hand

Pronunciation
명. 손; 필치, 서법; 시계바늘; 카드놀이에서 패; 원조, 도움; 기술, 솜씨, 능력; 쪽, ...편; 박수 갈채; 일손; 승무원; 4인치에 달하는 길이 단위
동. 건네주다, 주다; 도움을 주다
형. 손의

English → Vietnamese - hand

Pronunciation
n. bàn tay, tay, khởi công, ra tay, bắt đầu làm việc, đổi tay, thợ, công nhân, nhân công, thủy thủ, chữ viết, người đánh bạc, con bạc, tay đánh bạc
v. chỉ thị, kim đồng hồ, trao

German → Chinese - hand

Pronunciation
[die] pl.Haende 手。巴掌。笔迹。

Definition of hand

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The part of the fore limb below the forearm or wrist in a human, and the corresponding part in many other animals.
Her hands are really strong.
2. That which resembles, or to some extent performs the office of, a human hand.
1. A limb of certain animals, as the foot of a hawk, or any one of the four extremities of a monkey.
2. An index or pointer on a dial; such as the hour and minute hands on the face of an analog clock, which are used to indicate the time of day.
3. In linear measurement:
3. In measuring the height of horses Four inches, a hand's breadth.
4. Obsolete Three inches.
4. A side; part, camp; direction, either right or left.
5. Power of performance; means of execution; ability; skill; dexterity.
6. An agent; a servant, or manual laborer, especially in compounds; a workman, trained or competent for special service or duty; a performer more or less skillful.
An old hand at speaking;
Large farms need many farm hands
7. An instance of helping.
Bob gave Alice a hand to move the furniture.
8. Handwriting; style of penmanship.
A good hand
9. A person's signature.
Given under my Hand and Seal of the State this 1st Day of January, 2010.
10. Personal possession; ownership.
11. Management, domain, control.
In safe hands;
In good hands;
He lost his job when the factory changed hands.
With the business back in the founder's hands, there is new hope for the company.
With John in charge of the project, it's in good hands.
12. That which is, or may be, held in a hand at once.
5. Card games The set of cards held by a player.
6. Tobacco manufacturing A bundle of tobacco leaves tied together.
7. The collective noun for a bunch of bananas.
13. Applause.
Give him a hand.
14. A Native American gambling game, involving guessing the whereabouts of bits of ivory or similar, which are passed rapidly from hand to hand.
15. The small part of a gunstock near the lock, which is grasped by the hand in taking aim.
16. A whole rhizome of ginger.
17. The feel of a fabric; the impression or quality of the fabric as judged qualitatively by the sense of touch.
This fabric has a smooth, soft hand.
18. Actual performance; deed; act; workmanship; agency; hence, manner of performance.
19. Agency in transmission from one person to another.
To buy at first hand (from the producer, or when new);
To buy at second hand (when no longer in the producer’s hand, or when not new);
It's not a rumor. I heard it at first hand.
20. Rate; price.
Verb
21. To give, pass, or transmit with the hand, literally or figuratively.
He handed them the letter.   She handed responsibility over to her deputy.
22. To lead, guide, or assist with the hand; to conduct.
To hand a lady into a carriage
23. To manage.
24. To seize; to lay hands on.
25. To pledge by the hand; to handfast.
26. To furl.
27. To cooperate.
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dictionary extension

Verb Forms

Present participle: handing
Present: hand (3.person: hands)
Past: handed
Future: will hand
Present conditional: would hand
Present Perfect: have handed (3.person: has handed)
Past Perfect: had handed
Future Perfect: will have handed
Past conditional: would have handed
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