[han-dl-bahr] /ˈhæn dlˌbɑr/
a bar or rod, usually of metal and having a handle at one end, used for handling, guiding, or maneuvering some object.
(sometimes sing) a metal tube having its ends curved to form handles, used for steering a bicycle, motorcycle, etc
also handle-bar, 1867 in reference to bicycles, from handle (n.) + bar (n.1). Of mustaches, first recorded 1933.
noun 1. a man’s moustache having long, curved ends that resemble the handlebars of a bicycle. /ˈhændəlˌbɑː/ noun 1. a bushy extended moustache with curled ends that resembles handlebars
[hand-woh-vuh n] /ˈhændˈwoʊ vən/ adjective 1. made on a handloom; handloomed.
[hand-ring-ing] /ˈhændˌrɪŋ ɪŋ/ noun 1. a physical expression of concern, distress, or guilt. 2. the nervous grasping or squeezing of the hands as a sign of these feelings.
[hand-ring-ing] /ˈhændˌrɪŋ ɪŋ/ noun 1. a physical expression of concern, distress, or guilt. 2. the nervous grasping or squeezing of the hands as a sign of these feelings. noun 1. (informal) an extended debate over the correct course of action in a situation noun An ostentatious show of grief, remorse, etc: hand-wringing on the part […]