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handrail
American English: /ˈhæn(d)ˌreɪl/
British English: /ˈhandreɪl/

Translation of handrail in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (on stairs, slope)
    Example sentences
    • Glass balustrades support stainless steel handrails and slatted panels extend into the gap between deck and cladding.
    • Before I could reply, the shuttle jerked into motion, and I grabbed onto the handrail for support.
    • In a hotel situation, a guest, or someone else, brings in the virus which is then passed from person to person and from persons to items such as handrails, wall curtains and toilets.
    1.2 (on bridge, ship)

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