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handy

adjective /ˈhӕndi/ ( comparative handier, superlative handiest)
ready (to use); in a convenient place
a mano, cercano
I like to keep my tools handy This house is handy for the shops.
easy to use; useful
práctico; útil
a handy tool.
handiness noun
conveniencia; facilidad en el manejo
One big advantage of the villa is its handiness for the beach.
handyman /ˈmӕn/ noun ( plural handymen) a man who does jobs, for himself or other people, especially around the house
manitas
We called in a handyman to put up some shelves.
come in handy to be useful
servir, ser útil
I’ll keep these bottles – they might come in handy.
(Definition of handy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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