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with your bare hands

C2 without using any type of tool or weapon: He wrestled the lion to the ground with his bare hands.
Translations of “with your bare hands”
in Chinese (Traditional) 赤手空拳,徒手…
in Russian голыми руками…
in Turkish çıplak elle, herhangi bir alet kullanmadan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赤手空拳,徒手…
in Polish gołymi rękami…
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