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Meanings and phrases
- the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; grip; handgrip; hold
- be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; manage; deal; care
- interact in a certain way; treat; do by
- act on verbally or in some form of artistic expression; cover; treat; plow; deal; address
- touch, lift, or hold with the hands; palm
- handle effectively; wield; manage
- show and train
- the handle of an ax; axe handle
- the handle of an ax; ax handle
- the handle of a broom; broomstick
- crank used to start an engine; starting handle
- get very angry and fly into a rage; flip one's lid; blow up; throw a fit; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; have a fit; combust; blow one's stack; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; go ballistic
- the handle of a hoe
- excess fat around the waistline; spare tire
- the handle of a mop
- the handle of a rake
- crank used to start an engine; crank handle
- The mill was able to handle 2.5 barrels of corn an hour.
- The battery is able to handle eclipses of up to 100 minutes.
- Btrieve was able to handle concurrent transactions in the 6.x series.
- Verdi did not handle any chance in the field.
- DisplayML does not handle security.
- — cannot handle so much, and something must be discarded or compressed.
- Jake's parents begin to bicker over how to handle the baby.
- This sketch glosses over some things, such as how to handle fixed points.
- Mason commented that his character just needed to learn how to handle them both.
- The Indians organization will handle all of Lara's medical expenses.
- Percussionist Andi Pupato has left, leaving Kaspar Rast to handle all of the drumming duties.
- Horn and white sheriff Billy Rowles, neither of whom is prepared to handle all the negative publicity.
- The dams are designed to handle a maximum flow of .
- Its terminal is designed to handle more than 430,000 passengers per year.
- Control units can be designed to handle interrupts in one of two typical ways.
- designation to those who have demonstrated their ability to handle the responsibilities of airport management.
- To this day, the Quarter Horse dominates in events that require speed as well as the ability to handle cattle.
- It also contribute to the tannin levels and the grape's ability to handle the effects of oak aging in the barrel.
- The airstrip is unable to handle large aircraft.
- He is unable to handle being told of his alien origins and runs away from home.
- Vivian Merriweather told Jon he didn't have Rust Lung, but he was unable to handle fighting which Jon took offense of.
- A single switchboard could handle up to 10,000 lines.
- It can handle up to 15 million users a year in two passenger terminals.
- The parking bays will be able to handle up to five narrow-body aircraft.
- Her design made her difficult to handle during winter months.
- It reacts with water to form a solid compound, and is very difficult to handle on an industrial scale.
- Thus, outdoor shots were difficult to handle: A lawn in front of a castle appeared completely yellow, later brown, then bluish.