Übersetzung von “hand” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


noun /hӕnd/

the part of the body at the end of the arm

She injured her left hand
People often shake hands when they meet for the first time.

a pointer on a clock, watch etc

Clocks usually have an hour hand and a minute hand.

a person employed as a helper, crew member etc

a farm hand
All hands on deck!

help; assistance

Can I lend a hand?
Give me a hand with this box, please.

a set of playing-cards dealt to a person

daun terup yang telah dibahagi-bahagikan
I had a very good hand so I thought I had a chance of winning.

a measure (approximately centimetres) used for measuring the height of horses

a horse of 14 hands.


tulisan tangan
The note was written in a neat hand.
handful noun

as much as can be held in one hand

a handful of sweets.

a small number

beberapa kerat
Only a handful of people came to the meeting.

a person etc difficult to control

tidak terkawal
Her three children are a (bit of a) handful.
handbag noun

a small bag carried by women, for personal belongings

tas tangan
a designer handbag.
handbill noun

a small printed notice.

surat pemberitahuan
handbook noun

a small book giving information about (how to do) something

buku panduan
a handbook of European birds
a bicycle-repair handbook.
handbrake noun

(in a car, bus etc) a brake operated by the driver’s hand

brek tangan
Don’t forget to put on the handbrake if you stop on a slope.
handcuff verb

to put handcuffs on (a person)

The police handcuffed the criminal.
handcuffs noun plural

steel rings, joined by a short chain, put round the wrists of prisoners

a pair of handcuffs.
handgun noun

a small gun that you hold with one hand when you fire it

illegal possession of a handgun.
hand lens noun

a magnifying-glass held in the hand.

kanta tangan
hand luggage noun

the small bags that passengers are allowed to take with them on board a plane

bagasi tangan
Passengers are permitted to carry one item of hand luggage with them.
handmade adjective

made with a person’s hands or with tools held in the hands, rather than by machines

buatan tangan
handmade furniture.
hand-operated adjective

kendalian tangan
a hand-operated drill.
hand-picked adjective

chosen very carefully

a hand-picked team of workers.
handshake noun

the act of grasping (a person’s) hand eg as a greeting

jabat tangan
a firm handshake.
handstand noun

the gymnastic act of balancing one’s body upright in the air with one’s hands on the ground

dirian tangan
The gymnasts were practising handstands.
handwriting noun

writing with a pen or pencil

tulisan tangan
Today we will practise handwriting.

the way in which a person writes

tulisan tangan
Your handwriting is terrible!
handwritten adjective

bertulisan tangan
The letter was handwritten, not typed.
at hand

(with closeor near) near

The bus station is close at hand.


boleh didapati
Help is at hand.
at the hands of

from, or by the action of

He received very rough treatment at the hands of the kidnappers.
be hand in glove (with someone)

to be very closely associated with someone, especially for a bad purpose

The mafia chief was hand in glove with a number of corrupt police officials.
by hand

with a person’s hand or tools held in the hands, rather than with machinery

dengan tangan
All our furniture is made by hand.

not by post but by a messenger etc

oleh seseorang
This parcel was delivered by hand.
fall into the hands (of someone)

to be caught, found, captured etc by someone

jatuh ke tangan
He fell into the hands of bandits
The documents fell into the wrong hands (= were found, captured etc by someone who was not supposed to see them).
force someone’s hand

to force someone to do something either which he or she does not want to do or sooner than he or she wants to do it

I tried to force his hand by reminding him that he’d promised to help us.
get one’s hands on

to catch

If I ever get my hands on him, I’ll make him sorry for what he did!

to get or obtain

I’d love to get my hands on a car like that.
give/lend a helping hand

to help or assist

I’m always ready to give/lend a helping hand.
hand down phrasal verb

to pass on from one generation to the next

These customs have been handed down from father to son since the Middle Ages.
hand in phrasal verb

to give or bring to a person, place etc

The teacher told the children to hand in their exercise books.
hand in hand

with one person holding the hand of another

The boy and girl were walking along hand in hand

with two things being related and happening together

Poverty and crime go hand in hand.
hand on phrasal verb

to give to someone

When you have finished reading these notes, hand them on to someone else in the class.
hand out phrasal verb

to give to several people; to distribute

The teacher handed out books to all the pupils
They were handing out leaflets in the street.
handout noun

a leaflet or a copy of a piece of paper with information given to students in class, distributed at a meeting etc

You’ll find the diagram on page four of your handout.

money, clothes etc given to a very poor person or a beggar

He lives off handouts.
hand over phrasal verb

to give or pass; to surrender

We know you have the jewels, so hand them over
They handed the thief over to the police.
hand over fist

in large amounts, usually quickly

dengan banyak tetapi segera
He’s making money hand over fist.
hands down

very easily

dengan mudah
You’ll win hands down.
hands off!

do not touch!

jangan sentuh
Those chocolates are mine. Hands off!
hands-on adjective

practical; involving active participation

We’re looking for someone who has hands-on experience of using this type of software.
hands up!

raise your hands above your head

angkat tangan
’Hands up!’ shouted the gunman.
hand to hand

with one individual fighting another at close quarters

seorang lawan seorang
The soldiers fought the enemy hand to hand
hand-to-hand fighting.
have a hand in (something)

to be one of the people who have caused, done etc (something)

Did you have a hand in the building of this boat / in the success of the project?
have/get/gain the upper hand

to (begin to) win, beat the enemy etc

The enemy made a fierce attack, but failed to get the upper hand.
hold hands (with someone)

to be hand in hand with someone

berpegangan tangan
The boy and girl walked along holding hands (with each other).
in good hands

receiving care and attention

mendapat layanan atau rawatan yang secukupnya
The patient is in good hands.
in hand

not used etc; remaining

dalam tangan
We still have $10 in hand.

being dealt with

sedang diuruskan
We have received your complaint and the matter is now in hand.
in the hands of

being dealt with by

sedang diuruskan oleh
This matter is now in the hands of my solicitor.
keep one’s hand in

to remain good or skilful at doing something by doing it occasionally

untuk kekalkan kemahiran
I still sometimes play a game of billiards, just to keep my hand in.
off one’s hands

no longer needing to be looked after etc

tidak perlu dijaga
You’ll be glad to get the children off your hands for a couple of weeks.
on hand

near; present; ready for use etc

sedia untuk digunakan
We always keep some candles on hand in case there’s a power failure.
(on the one hand) … on the other hand

an expression used to introduce two opposing parts of an argument etc

selain daripada itu
On the one hand, cars are extremely useful for getting around. On the other hand, they cause a lot of pollution.
out of hand

unable to be controlled

tidak terkawal
The angry crowd was getting out of hand.
shake hands with (someone) / shake someone’s hand

to grasp a person’s (usually right) hand, in one’s own (usually right) hand, as a form of greeting, as a sign of agreement etc

berjabat tangan
The two leaders shook hands and posed for the cameras.
a show of hands noun

at a meeting, debate etc, a vote expressed by people raising their hands

undian dengan mengangkat tangan
The issue was decided by a show of hands.
take in hand

to look after, discipline or train.

He took the young apprentice in hand and taught him well.
to hand

here; easily reached

mudah dicapai
All the tools you need are to hand.

(Übersetzung von “hand” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)