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handle British & World English

Feel or manipulate with the hands

handle English Thesaurus

bladed tools can cause serious injury if they are not handled and stored with care

a handle on in handle British & World English

A means of understanding, controlling, or approaching (a person or situation)

grab handle British & World English

A handle fitted in a motor vehicle for passengers to hold on to when the vehicle is moving

stick-handle British & World English

Control the puck with one’s stick

starting handle British & World English

A crank for starting the engine of a car

dead man's handle British & World English

(In a train) a lever which acts as a safety device by shutting off power when not held in place by the driver

fly off the handle British & World English

Lose one’s temper suddenly and unexpectedly

handle oneself in handle British & World English

Conduct oneself in a specified manner

handle someone/thing with kid gloves British & World English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully

handlebar British & World English

The steering bar of a bicycle, motorbike, scooter, or other vehicle, with a handgrip at each end

jug handle in jug British & World English

A secure hold that is cut into rock for climbing

love handles British & World English

Deposits of excess fat at a person’s waistline

manhandle British & World English

Move (a heavy object) by hand with great effort

fly off the handle in fly1 British & World English

Lose one’s temper suddenly and unexpectedly

handle someone/thing with kid gloves in kid gloves British & World English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully

fly off the handle in fly1 English Thesaurus

touch on anything emotional and Andrew flies off the handle

handle or treat someone/thing with kid gloves in kid gloves British & World English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully


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