[han-di-lee, -dl-ee] /ˈhæn dɪ li, -dl i/
skillfully; dexterously; expertly:
to manage a boat handily.
The books were handily at his side.
We won handily.
Midland U.S. rightly; readily:
You can’t handily blame him.
in a handy way or manner
conveniently or suitably: handily nearby
(US & Canadian) easily: the horse won handily
“easily,” 1610s, from handy + -ly (2). Earlier it meant “done by hand” (late 14c.).
[han-dee] /ˈhæn di/ adjective, handier, handiest. 1. within easy reach; conveniently available; accessible: The aspirins are handy. 2. convenient or useful: A typewriter is a handy thing to have in the house. 3. skillful with the ; deft; dexterous: a handy person. 4. easily maneuvered: a handy ship. /ˈhændɪ/ adjective handier, handiest 1. conveniently or […]
[and-ahy-ern] /ˈændˌaɪ ərn/ noun, Dialect. 1. .
- Hand it to someone
verb phrase To compliment; praise someone for a success •Often said with overtones of reluctance: I got to hand it to you (1906+)
noun, Slang: Vulgar. 1. an act of masturbation. noun an act of masturbation, usu. done by one person on another Usage Note slang n. 1940s, from hand (n.) + job. noun phrase An act of masturbation, usually done for one person by another: rolled over on top of me and started giving me a real […]