[han-dee] /ˈhæn di/
adjective, handier, handiest.
within easy reach; conveniently available; accessible:
The aspirins are handy.
convenient or useful:
A typewriter is a handy thing to have in the house.
skillful with the ; deft; dexterous:
a handy person.
a handy ship.
adjective handier, handiest
conveniently or easily within reach
easy to manoeuvre, handle, or use: a handy tool
skilful with one’s hands
W(illiam) C(hristopher). 1873–1958, US blues musician and songwriter, esp noted for the song “St Louis Blues”
c.1300, “skilled with the hands” (implied in surnames), from hand (n.) + -y (2). Meaning “conveniently accessible” is from 1640s.
see: come in handy
[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 […]
[hang-ker-chif, -cheef] /ˈhæŋ kər tʃɪf, -ˌtʃif/ noun 1. a small piece of linen, silk, or other fabric, usually square, and used especially for wiping one’s nose, eyes, face, etc., or for decorative purposes. 2. a neckerchief or . /ˈhæŋkətʃɪf; -tʃiːf/ noun 1. a small square of soft absorbent material, such as linen, silk, or soft […]