handle - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "handle" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

handle / ручка, рукоятка, рукоять
имя существительное
handle, pen, knob, stick, grip, arm
lever, handle, grip, arm, hilt, handgrip
handle, grip, helve, rein
удобный случай
opportunity, handle, opening, show
collection, assembly, collecting, gathering, fee, handle
appeal, address, treat, turn, handle, refer
control, manage, run, drive, operate, handle
regulate, adjust, control, govern, handle, tune
держать в руках
handle, keep in hand
cost, get along, treat, deal, handle, use
имя существительное
the part by which a thing is held, carried, or controlled.
the pan features helpful lifting handles
a name or nickname.
that's some handle for a baby
the total amount of money bet over a particular time (typically at a casino) or at a particular sporting event.
the monthly handle of a couple of casinos in Las Vegas
feel or manipulate with the hands.
heavy paving slabs can be difficult to handle
manage (a situation or problem).
a lawyer's ability to handle a case properly
Palace Brothers, Palace Music, Palace Songs, plain old Palace and even, briefly, his given name, have served as his recording handle .
The total handle of $43,594,840 was up from last year's Travers weekend a year ago.
Saratoga leads all North American tracks in average attendance, on-track wagering, and total handle .
get a handle on your life
The sheer amount of mayhem on screen at once does cause a few minor moments of slowdown, but if anything, it lets you get a handle on the situation.
A real man, I used to say, no matter how sickly or incapacitated, should pick up a case by its handle and carry it like a man.
I've been talking to a lot of senators and staffers after the Senate hearing, trying to get a handle on the political situation.
heavy paving slabs can be difficult to handle
She was carrying a Quran inside of it and to even handle a Quran, a Muslim has to be ‘clean’ or under ‘widhu’.
You have to deal with it, handle it, cope with it.