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handle

verb
 
/ˈhæn·dl/ ( present participle handling, past tense and past participle handled)
B1 to deal with or be in charge of something
(問題)に対処する, (問題)を処理する
He handled the situation very well. Who handles the marketing in your company?
to touch, hold, or pick up something
~に触る, ~を持つ
You must wash your hands before handling food.
(Definition of handle verb from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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