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hand

noun [C] (BODY PART) 身体部位     /hænd/
the part of the body at the end of the arm which is used for holding, moving, touching and feeling things All their toys are made by hand. 他们所有的玩具都是手工制作的。 I delivered her invitation by hand (= not using the postal service). 我亲自送去她的请帖。 informal Get your hands off (= Stop touching) my bike! 别碰我的自行车! He can mend anything - he's so good with his hands. 他什么都会修——他的手可真巧。 You have to hold my hand when we cross the road. 我们过马路的时候你得拉着我的手。 They walked by, holding hands. 他们手挽手从这里经过。 Hold your fork in your left hand and your knife in your right hand. 左手拿叉,右手拿刀。 She sat, pen in hand (= with a pen in her hand), searching for the right words. 她手拿钢笔坐在那里,在脑海中搜寻合适的词。 They can't keep their hands off each other - they never stop kissing and cuddling. 他们的手就是离不开对方——他们不停地接吻拥抱。 "Congratulations!" she said and shook me by the hand/shook my hand/shook hands with me. “祝贺你!”她握着我的手说道。 She took me by the hand and led me into the cave. 她拉着我的手,把我带进了洞里。 a hand towel 手巾 The hand
(Definition of hand noun (BODY PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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