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handheld

adjective ( also hand-held)
 
 
/ˈhændheld/ IT
small enough to be held in your hand: a handheld computer/device/phone
Translations of “handheld”
in Korean 휴대 가능한…
in Arabic مَحمول…
in Portuguese portátil…
in Catalan de mà, portàtil…
in Japanese 手に持って操作する, ハンドヘルドの…
in Italian portatile…
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