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handle /ˈhændl/ verb

با دست عمل کردن ، دست داشتن دسته ، نگهدارنده ، اداره کردن بازی ، مددکاری بوکسور ، سیم بین چکش و دستگیره (پرتاب چکش) ، دستگیره جابجا کردن ، قبضه شمشیر ، وسیله ، لمس ، احساس بادست ، دست زدن به ، بکار بردن ، سرو کارداشتن با ، رفتار کردن ، استعمال کردن ، دسته گذاشتن ، علوم مهندسی: ضامن دستگیره ، کامپیوتر: گیره ، معماری: دستگیره ، قانون ـ فقه: خرید و فروش کردن ، ورزش: سیم بین چکش و دستگیره ، علوم نظامی: دستکاری کردن ، علوم دریایی: مانور کردن
الکترونیک: گیره ، کامپیوتر: با دست عمل کردن ، دست داشتن دسته ، گیره ، نگهدارنده ، ضامن دستگیره ، علوم مهندسی: خرید و فروش کردن ، حقوق: دسته ، اداره کردن بازی ، مددکاری بوکسور ، سیم بین چکش و دستگیره ، پرتاب چکش ، : ورزشی: مانور کردن ، علوم دریایی: دستگیره ، معماری: دسته ، قبضه شمشیر ، دستگیره جابجا کردن ، دست زدن ، دستکاری کردن ، علوم نظامی: دسته ، قبضه شمشیر، وسیله ، لمس ، احساس بادست ، دست زدن به ، بکار بردن ، سرو کارداشتن با، رفتار کردن ، استعمال کردن ، دسته گذاشتن کامپیوتر: دستگیره

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- grip, haft, hilt, stock
- hold, feel, finger, grasp, pick up, touch
- control, direct, guide, manage, manipulate, manoeuvre
- deal with, cope with, manage
Related Words: test, try, manipulate, direct, guide, manage, operate, run, work, brandish, flourish, shake, wave, aim, lay, level, point, conduct, control
English Thesaurus: deal with something, handle, tackle, see to/attend to somebody/something, take care of something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. handle1 S2 W2 /ˈhændl/ verb
[Word Family: noun: handle, handler, handling; verb: handle]

1. DO WORK [transitive] to do the things that are necessary to complete a job:
I handled most of the paperwork.
The case is being handled by a top lawyer.
The finance department handles all the accounts.
Computers can handle huge amounts of data.

2. DEAL WITH A SITUATION [transitive] to deal with a situation or problem by behaving in a particular way and making particular decisions:
The headmaster handled the situation very well.
I knew I had handled the matter badly.
Leave it to me. I can handle it.
Most customers were satisfied with the way their complaints were handled.
Opposition leaders will be watching carefully to see how the Prime Minister handles the crisis.

3. DEAL WITH A PERSON [transitive] to deal with a person or behave towards them in a particular way, especially in order to keep them happy:
Some customers are quite difficult to handle.

4. NOT BECOME UPSET [transitive] to not become upset in a difficult situation:
She can’t handle it when people criticize her.
He doesn’t handle stress very well.

5. HOLD [transitive] to touch something or pick it up and hold it in your hands:
He had never handled a weapon before.
We teach the children to handle the animals gently.
He was roughly handled by the mob.

a) [transitive] to control the movement of a vehicle or an animal:
I didn’t know if I’d be able to handle such a large vehicle.
b) [intransitive] the way a vehicle handles is how easy it is to control
handles well/badly
The car handles well, even on wet roads.

7. MOVE GOODS [transitive] to move goods from one place to another:
The Post Office handles nearly 2 billion letters and parcels over the Christmas period.

8. BUY/SELL GOODS [transitive] to buy or sell goods:
Bennet was charged with handling stolen goods.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. handle2 S3 noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: handle, handler, handling; verb: handle]
[Language: Old English]

1. the part of a door that you use for opening it:
Then he turned the handle and went in.

the part of an object that you use for holding it:
a knife with a carved wooden handle
the handle of his cup
a broom handle

3. get a handle on something to start to understand a situation, subject etc:
It’s difficult to get a handle on how widespread this problem is.
fly off the handle at fly1(16)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. long, short | carrying The table folds up and comes complete with a carrying handle.
door | knife, fork, pickaxe, etc.
VERB + HANDLE have | pull, push, try, turn You have to turn the handle and then pull it towards you. He tried the handle but the door was locked.
PREP. on a/the ~ His initials were on the knife handle.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

I. touch sth with your hands
ADV. carefully, with care A label on the crate read: ‘Handle with care’.
carelessly Garden tools can be hazardous if carelessly handled.
roughly Many of the prisoners were roughly handled; some were killed.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. deal with sb/sth
ADV. competently, efficiently, properly, skilfully, successfully, well I think you handled that situation very well.
badly | carefully, delicately This issue may need to be handled carefully.
easily Her next question was not so easily handled.
routinely The library routinely handles a wide variety of enquiries.
VERB + HANDLE be able/unable to, can/could, know how to This was a problem that I just couldn't handle. She knew how to handle publicity.
be designed to, be equipped to He wasn't mentally equipped to handle this situation.
learn how to | be easy to | be difficult to, be hard to Large meetings are notoriously less productive and more difficult to handle.
PREP. with She handled the crisis with total assurance.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: I learned how to run a house and handle with small children.
GOOD: I learned how to run a house and handle small children.
BAD: That is surely not the way to handle with something so fragile.
GOOD: That is surely not the way to handle something so fragile.

Usage Note:
handle sb/sth (WITHOUT with ): 'We've decided to let our lawyer handle the matter.' 'Be careful how you handle the vase - it's worth a small fortune.'
Compare: 'This is a highly sensitive issue and needs to be handled with tact and diplomacy.' 'FRAGILE - HANDLE WITH CARE.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: fly off the handle

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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