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hand in English:

1. hand hand


Raise your hand.
I got this information second hand, so I may be wrong.
In order to make a phone call, I put my hand in my pocket and searched for a coin.
Give me a hand. If you do, I'll buy you a drink later.
I think it's better not to lend him a hand.
All students of English should have a good English-English dictionary at hand.
If our neighbors around the world are in need, let's lend a helping hand.
Off hand, I'd say her problem is shyness.
The rescue workers are going to hand out supplies to the victims of the earthquake.
There are two kinds of work in the world--head work and hand work; mental and manual.
A flush is a poker hand where all five cards are of the same suit.
Why don't we stop arguing over these piddling matters and get to the issues at hand?
In addition to taking the regular tests, we have to hand in a long essay.
You'll see the bank on the left hand side of the hospital.
I'll get in touch with Tom by telephone tomorrow and ask him to give us a hand.

English word "hand"(hand) occurs in sets:

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2. woman woman


This woman is beautiful.
How do you console a woman who has just lost her only child?
A woman friend of ours took a trip to a small town last week.
I know a woman whose first and last names are the same as mine.
Generally speaking, a woman will live longer than a man.
It had the head of a woman, the body of a lion, the wings of a bird, and the tail of a serpent.
A woman wrote 30 books about how to become happy, and then committed suicide.
Florence Nightingale is famous as the woman who began professional nursing.
Tom was killed by the husband of the woman he had been hanging out with.
Tom doesn't earn enough money to support a woman like Mary.
The woman tried on one hat after another, then left the hat shop.
If a man wants to learn to sound like a native speaker of Japanese, he shouldn't only learn Japanese from women. The reverse is true for a woman.
The poet expressed his burning passion for the woman he loved.
I've heard it said that it's harder to please a woman than to please a man. I wonder if that's true.
Who she saw was not herself but a different woman.

3. handle handle


The only way to handle him is to let him think he is having his own way.
I'll handle it!
Sin has many tools, but a lie is the handle which fits them all.
By the fiftieth heartbreak, rejection becomes much easier to handle.
I only asked her what she paid for that dull-looking dress and she flew off the handle at me.
You should write HANDLE WITH CARE on the parcel that contains the teacups.
Sometimes, many problems and a lot of stress can lead you to quit your job. You must learn how to handle it quickly.
He always talks as though he knows how to handle himself but you never know how he'll act when the chips are down.
I couldn't help overhearing, but you're police officers who handle cyber-crime or some such?
While a brain operation is being performed, both doctors and nurses must handle the patient with kid gloves and yet with all speed practical.
The international situation had become so tense, it would require proficient diplomats to handle it with kid gloves.
I must fill in this form. Without it I can't let you inside. So, what's your handle?
1. This port handles 100 milion tones of cargo each year. 2. Handle with care!
Can you fix the handle of my suitcase? / Will you handle that task? I can't help you because I have a meeting. / I know how to handle difficult situations. /I don't really know how to handle this problem. / Let me handle it.
to handle color expertly in painting; my wife handles my investments

4. part of the body with fingers and a thumb part of the body with fingers and a thumb



English word "hand"(part of the body with fingers and a thumb) occurs in sets:

Części ciała z opisem

5. handful handful


That boy is a handful.
He scooped up sand by the handful.
There are a handful of naughty boys in my neighborhood.
The boy gathered a handful of peanuts and put them in a small box.
handful of sth
A handful of soldiers is always better than a mouthful of arguments.
Only a handful of activists are articulate in our union.
Think of your opponent as nothing more than a handful of ash.
The difficulties of the Japanese language prevent all but a handful of foreigners from approaching the literature in the original.
handful of giant companies are engaged in a “silent takeover” of the world.
She invited all her friends to her party, but only a handful of them turned up.
These companies are only a handful among the more than 150 in Government hands
"But won't they think us rather a handful?"
Psychologist Eric Uhlmann, from the Paris School of Management, has done a handful of studies that picked apart how differently people feel about different kinds of money
A handful of volunteers has been involved in the research.

English word "hand"(handful) occurs in sets:

Word formation nouns

6. out of out of


Two out of ten young people are addicted to mobile phones.
Go out of the shop and cross the road.
out of the shop
Nine out of ten people can't answer that question. (out of prison)
I've been paddling for six out of the seven days.
I especially liked the second scene out of this play.
With your passport you can’t travel out of Europe.
We’re out of milk.
Get out of bed – it’s 11 o’clock!
He asked out of curiosity
one out of every 200 people
Only two out of five people believe in the paranormal
The letter has fallen out of the envelope
Two members left out of fifty
I rate it five out of five.