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hand

noun
 
/hænd/
A1 the part of your body on the end of your arm that has fingers
I had my hands in my pockets.
hold hands If two people hold hands, they hold each other’s hand.
手をつなぐ
by hand B1 done or made by a person and not a machine
手で, 手製で
This sweater has to be washed by hand.
one of the long, thin pieces that point to the numbers on a clock or watch
(時計の)針
give someone a hand B1 to help someone
~を手伝う, ~に手を貸す
Could you give me a hand with these suitcases?
on the one hand… on the other hand… used when you are comparing two different ideas or opinions
一方では~だが他方では(~だ)
On the one hand, I’d like more money, but on the other hand, I don’t want to work.
get your hands on someone to catch someone
~を捕まえる
I’ll kill him if I ever get my hands on him.
(Definition of hand noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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