handle englannista suomeksi
korva, otin, kädensija
pidellä, pitää käsissä
The part of an object which is (designed to be) held in the hand when used or moved.
- They overturned him to all his interests by the sure but fatal handle of his own good nature.
The tactile qualities of a fabric, e.g., softness, firmness, elasticity, fineness, resilience, and other qualities perceived by touch.
A name, nickname or pseudonym.
A title attached to one's name, such as ''Doctor'' or ''Colonel''.
A 10 fl oz (285 ml) glass of beer in the Northern Territory. (qualifier)
A half-gallon (1.75-liter) bottle of alcohol. (qualifier)
2014, Ray Stoeser, Josh Cuffe, ''Bury My Body Down By the Highway Side'', page 83:
- Josh bought a fifth of Evan Williams for Andrew as a token of gratitude and Ray, because of the financial constraints, purchased the cheapest handle of whiskey he could find: Heaven Hill.
A point, an extremity of land.
To touch; to feel or hold with the hand(s).
- Happy, ye leaves! when as those lilly hands ... Shall handle you.
- Handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)
To accustom to the hand; to take care of with the hands.
1679, (w), ''An essay upon the advancement of trade in Ireland.''
- The hardness of the winters forces the breeders to house and handle their colts for at least six months every year.
To manage, use, or wield with the hands.
1976, Mel Hallin Bolster, ''Crazy Snake and the Smoked Meat Rebellion'', page 66
- Light on his feet for a big man, he handled the rifle like a pistol.
To manage, control, or direct.
To treat, to deal with (in a specified way).
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)
To deal with (a subject, argument, topic, or theme) in speaking, in writing, or in art.
(RQ:Bacon Of Env)
- We will handle what persons are apt to envy others...
To receive and transfer; to have pass through one's hands; hence, to buy and sell.
To be concerned with; to be an expert in.
To up with; to endure (and continue to function).
2014, Andrew Stellman, Jennifer Greene, ''Learning Agile: Understanding Scrum, XP, Lean, and Kanban'' (ISBN):
- For example, a program that loads data from a file needs to handle the case where that file is not found.
To use the hands.
- They made of gold and silver have hands, but they handle not
To illegally touch the ball with the hand or arm; to commit handball.
To behave in a particular way when handled (managed, controlled, directed).
act (to do something)
(verb form of)
to act (''do something'')
to (l), trade, to do business
to shop (''visit shops'')
to (l) (q)
to (l), (l), to do business
to (l) (qualifier)