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handcuff

Saltos de línea: hand|cuff
Pronunciación: /ˈhan(d)kʌf
 
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Definición de handcuff en inglés:

sustantivo

(handcuffs)
A pair of lockable linked metal rings for securing a prisoner’s wrists.
Example sentences
  • He waved a pair of handcuffs under his prisoner's nose, forcing him to notice the razor sharp inner edges.
  • It's not until they are carrying me away, not until I can feel the cold metal of the handcuffs biting into my wrists, that it sinks in I just shot Santa Claus.
  • I suddenly felt cold metal handcuffs slap on my wrists.
Sinónimos

verbo

[with object] Volver al principio  
Put handcuffs on (someone): he was led into court handcuffed to a policeman
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Inside, a lone police officer is handcuffed to a bed with no other person on board.
  • Prisoners are routinely handcuffed to basketball hoops and hung for 30 days or longer.
  • She asked him to get out of the cruiser after she arrested him, and she then searched him and handcuffed him.
Sinónimos
restrain, secure, put handcuffs on, put someone in irons, clap someone in irons, put someone in chains
informal cuff
rare enfetter, gyve

Words that rhyme with handcuff

earmuffpowder puff

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