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unhandy

Saltos de línea: un|handy
Pronunciación: /ʌnˈhandi
 
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Definición de unhandy en inglés:

adjetivo

1Not easy to handle or manage; awkward: I’ve always found that rifle cumbersome, heavy, and unhandy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Now I'm pathological about putting everything I own where it cannot possibly be damaged (usually in unhandy spots where I can't enjoy the whatever-it-is).
  • The only complaint about the design is the unhandy FDD connector placement.
  • This makes it unhandy for the boats as well as the Co-Op.
2Not skilful in using the hands: even unhandy homemakers can often sew window coverings

Derivados

unhandily

1
adverbio
Example sentences
  • His companion was unhandily trimming branches from a pine bole, using an ivory-handled poniard.
  • Some Arab horsemen from behind the Turks galloped towards us, bucketing unhandily across the irrigation ditches.
  • A door was opened to him and there, before his appalled gaze, still swung the unhandily dispatched corpse.

unhandiness

2
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • We have got some big ones and they are getting to be whales regarding the size and unhandiness of them.
  • It is due to the high overhead and the unhandiness of the previous fault-tolerance systems.
  • Concentrating on the high-class image of Bussel, we came up with an innovative idea that could remove the unhandiness of existing stoves.

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