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hand

Definitions by Oxford


[hand], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb
(e.g: he was leading her by the hand)

- a pointer on a clock or watch indicating the passing of units of time
(e.g: the second hand)

- used in reference to the power to direct something
(e.g: the day-to-day running of the house was in her hands)

- a person's workmanship, especially in artistic work
(e.g: his idiosyncratic hand)

- a person who engages in manual labour, especially in a factory, on a farm, or on board a ship
(e.g: a factory hand)

- the set of cards dealt to a player in a card game
(e.g: he's got a good hand)

- a unit of measurement of a horse's height, equal to 4 inches (10.16 cm).

- a bunch of bananas
(e.g: mottled hands of bananas)


Phrases:
- a safe pair of hands
- all hands on deck
- all hands to the pump
- at hand
- at the hands of
- bind someone hand and foot
- by hand
- by the hands of
- cap in hand
- get one's hand in
- get one's hands on
- give someone a hand
- hand in glove
- hand in hand
- hand over fist
- hand someone something on a plate
- hands down
- hands off!
- hands up!
- have a hand in something
- have one's hands full
- have one's hands tied
- have to hand it to someone
- in hand
- in safe hands
- keep one's hand in
- lay one's hands on
- lend a hand
- many hands make light work
- not do a hand's turn
- off someone's hands
- on every hand
- on hand
- on someone's hands
- on the one hand
- on the other hand
- out of hand
- put one's hand to
- stay someone's hand
- take a hand
- take someone/something in hand
- talk to the hand
- the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world
- the right hand doesn't know what the left hand's doing
- to hand
- turn one's hand to
- wait on someone hand and foot
- with one hand behind one's back

Origin:
Old English hand, hond, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch hand and German Hand


[hand], (Verb)

Definitions:
- pick (something) up and give it to (someone)
(e.g: he handed each man a glass)

- hold the hand of (someone) in order to guide them in a specified direction
(e.g: he handed them into the carriage)

- take in or furl (a sail)
(e.g: hand in the main!)


Phrases:
- a safe pair of hands
- all hands on deck
- all hands to the pump
- at hand
- at the hands of
- bind someone hand and foot
- by hand
- by the hands of
- cap in hand
- get one's hand in
- get one's hands on
- give someone a hand
- hand in glove
- hand in hand
- hand over fist
- hand someone something on a plate
- hands down
- hands off!
- hands up!
- have a hand in something
- have one's hands full
- have one's hands tied
- have to hand it to someone
- in hand
- in safe hands
- keep one's hand in
- lay one's hands on
- lend a hand
- many hands make light work
- not do a hand's turn
- off someone's hands
- on every hand
- on hand
- on someone's hands
- on the one hand
- on the other hand
- out of hand
- put one's hand to
- stay someone's hand
- take a hand
- take someone/something in hand
- talk to the hand
- the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world
- the right hand doesn't know what the left hand's doing
- to hand
- turn one's hand to
- wait on someone hand and foot
- with one hand behind one's back

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