Translation of handy in Spanish:
adjective -dier, -diest[colloquial]
- 1 (predicative) 1.1 (readily accessible) she always keeps a flashlight handy in case of power cutssiempre tiene una linterna a mano por si hay un corte de luzExample sentences1.2 (conveniently situated) the shops are very handy here
las tiendas nos ( or les etc) quedan muy a manoto be handy
- With our prepared boards and favorite thumbnail sketches handy, we were ready to begin.
- She also has a handy habit of winning close matches.
- For those without handy access to cameras and/or scanners, do your best.
las tiendas quedan muy cerca de aquí
forsomethingestar or quedar cercayou're very handy for the airport, aren't you? dealgoel aeropuerto te queda muy a mano or muy cerca ¿no?Example sentences
- It sounds like a handy location, but there's a drawback.
- What's a progressive professor to do if there are no conveniently handy hate crimes on campus to rail against?
- You can even try placing Bibles in handy locations around your home as reminders to feed your spirit every day.
- 2 2.1 (convenient) it's quite handy that he can't come after allExample sentences2.2 (useful) to come in handy
venir muy bienthe money came in handyel dinero le ( or me etc) vino muy bien
- A Local post office is a vital cornerstone to everyday life, a familiar, handy and extremely useful service.
- Durable and convenient, this handy reference functions as nicely in an open field with a flashlight as it does spread out on a desk.
- To help enrich your enjoyment, here is a handy glossary of useful terms…
- 3 he's pretty handy about the housees muy habilidoso or mañoso para los arreglos de la casahe's handy with his fistsenseguida la emprende a puñetazosExample sentences
- But, if the girl in my life doesn't like to cook, I have been single for 23 years and have learned to be quite handy with a skillet.
- Level headed, a capable bushman, handy with a rifle and a natural with horses, Harry displayed all the attributes of the cream of Australia's youth.
- He's known to be handy with his fists, has a notorious fondness for fast cars, and now it seems he's a fan of loud music: obviously a prime candidate for an antisocial behaviour order.
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