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Translation of "handle" - English-Spanish dictionary

handle

noun /ˈhӕndl/
the part of an object by which it may be held or grasped
mango; asa; manilla, pomo(puerta)
I’ve broken the handle off this cup You’ve got to turn the handle in order to open the door.
-handled
de mango
a long-handled knife.
handler noun a person who trains and controls an animal (especially a dog)
cuidador
a police dog and its handler.
handlebars noun plural the bar at the front of a bicycle etc which is held by the rider and by which the bicycle etc is steered
manillar
The cyclist was thrown over the handlebars when he crashed his bike.
Translations of “handle”
in Arabic مِقْبَض…
in Korean 핸들, 손잡이…
in Malaysian tangkai…
in French anse, poignée…
in Turkish kol, kulp, tokmak…
in Italian maniglia, manico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 部分, 柄,把手…
in Russian ручка, рукоятка…
in Polish uchwyt, rączka, klamka…
in Vietnamese quai, tay cầm…
in Portuguese maçaneta, alça, asa…
in Thai ที่จับ…
in German der Griff…
in Catalan maneta, agafador, nansa…
in Japanese 取っ手…
in Indonesian pegangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 部分, 柄,把手…
(Definition of handle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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