Handlebar



[han-dl-bahr] /ˈhæn dlˌbɑr/

noun
1.
Usually, handlebars.

2.
a bar or rod, usually of metal and having a handle at one end, used for handling, guiding, or maneuvering some object.
n.

also handle-bar, 1867 in reference to bicycles, from handle (n.) + bar (n.1). Of mustaches, first recorded 1933.

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