handful noun (DIFFICULT PERSON) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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handful

noun [S] (DIFFICULT PERSON)
难对付的人
 
 
/ˈhænd.fʊl/
a person, often a child, who is difficult to control
难对付的人(常指小孩)
Her older son is fine but the little one is a bit of a handful.
她的大儿子很好,但小儿子有点难管。
Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
Translations of “handful”
in Korean 한 줌…
in Arabic حِفْنة, قُبْضة…
in Portuguese punhado…
in Catalan grapat…
in Japanese 一握りの量…
in Italian manciata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 難對付的人, 難對付的人(常指小孩)…
in Russian горсть…
in Turkish el/avuç dolusu…
in Polish garść…
(Definition of handful noun (DIFFICULT PERSON) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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