hand noun (BODY PART)
He can fix anything - he's so good with his hands. 他甚麽都會修——他的手可真巧。
She sat, pen in hand (= with a pen in her hand), searching for the right words. 她手拿鋼筆坐在那裡，在腦海中搜尋合適的詞。
They can't keep their hands off each other - they never stop kissing and cuddling. 他們的手就是離不開對方——他們不停地接吻擁抱。
"Congratulations!" she said and shook me by the hand/shook my hand/shook hands with me. 「恭喜你！」她握著我的手說道。
a hand towel 手巾
- The baby gripped my finger with her tiny hand.
- Hold the racquet in one hand and the ball in the other.
- The school provides paper towels for the children to dry their hands on.
- I've got my hands in my pockets to keep them warm.
- The teacher asked us to form a circle and join hands.
hand noun (CLOCK/WATCH)
Does anyone have a watch with a second hand? 誰戴的錶有秒針？
- The minute hand is longer than the hour hand.
- The hands and dial of the watch glow in the dark.
- The hands on the clock showed the exact time at which the explosion occurred.
- The watch movement regulates the speed at which the hands move.
- The hands of the watch are attached to individual gear wheels that turn at specific speeds.
hand noun (CARDS)
hand noun (HELP)
hand noun (PERSON)
I joined the firm as a factory hand and gradually worked my way up to the top. 我剛進公司的時候本來是個工人，透過努力逐漸升到了高層。
hand noun (INVOLVEMENT)
hand noun (CLAP)
hand noun (MEASUREMENT)
handverb [ T ]uk /hænd/ us /hænd/
B1 to put something into someone's hand from your own hand將…交給，將…遞給
[ + two objects ] The waiter smiled politely as he handed me my bill/handed my bill to me. 侍者彬彬有禮地微笑著遞給我帳單。
- When you've finished your work sheets, clip them together and hand them to me.
- She handed me a business card with her name neatly embossed on it.
- The waiter handed me the menu with a flourish.
- She handed me a tissue just as I sneezed.
- Please would you hand me my coat?