Definition of barehand in English:

barehand

Syllabification: bare·hand
Pronunciation: /ˈbe(ə)rˌhand
 
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verb

(In baseball) field with one’s bare hand.
More example sentences
  • Brown also tried to barehand a hot smash in the sixth inning, a reckless habit he has had his entire career.
  • He simply had to barehand the ball, or watch it drop in for either a single or a double.
  • He comes in for bunts and barehands the ball well, and he shows good range to both his left and right.

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