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Spanish translation of “hand”

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hand

verb
to give (something) to someone by hand
caligrafía
I handed him the book He handed it back to me I’ll go up the ladder, and you can hand the tools up to me.
to pass, transfer etc into another’s care etc
devolver, pasar
That is the end of my report from Paris. I’ll now hand you back to Fred Collins in the television studio in London.
(Definition of hand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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