Rehandling



noun
1.
a part of a thing made specifically to be grasped or held by the hand.
2.
that which may be held, seized, grasped, or taken advantage of in effecting a purpose:
The clue was a handle for solving the mystery.
3.
Slang.

a person’s name, especially the given name.
a person’s alias, nickname, or code name.
a username, as on a social-media website:
What’s your Twitter handle?
a name or term by which something is known, described, or explained.

4.
the total amount wagered on an event, series of events, or for an entire season or seasons, as at a gambling casino or in horse racing:
The track handle for the day was over a million dollars.
5.
the total amount of money taken in by a business concern on one transaction, sale, event, or series of transactions, or during a specific period, especially by a theater, nightclub, sports arena, resort hotel, or the like.
6.
hand (def 27).
7.
Informal. a way of getting ahead or gaining an advantage:
The manufacturer regards the new appliance as its handle on the Christmas market.
verb (used with object), handled, handling.
8.
to touch, pick up, carry, or feel with the hand or hands; use the hands on; take hold of.
9.
to manage, deal with, or be responsible for:
My wife handles the household accounts. This computer handles all our billing.
10.
to use or employ, especially in a particular manner; manipulate:
to handle color expertly in painting.
11.
to manage, direct, train, or control:
to handle troops.
12.
to deal with (a subject, theme, argument, etc.):
The poem handled the problem of instinct versus intellect.
13.
to deal with or treat in a particular way:
to handle a person with tact.
14.
to deal or trade in:
to handle dry goods.
verb (used without object), handled, handling.
15.
to behave or perform in a particular way when handled, directed, managed, etc.:
The troops handled well. The jet was handling poorly.
Idioms
16.
fly off the handle, Informal. to become very agitated or angry, especially without warning or adequate reason:
I can’t imagine why he flew off the handle like that.
17.
get / have a handle on, to acquire an understanding or knowledge of:
Can you get a handle on what your new boss expects?
noun
1.
the part of a utensil, drawer, etc, designed to be held in order to move, use, or pick up the object
2.
(NZ) a glass beer mug with a handle
3.
(slang) a person’s name or title
4.
a CB radio slang name for call sign
5.
an opportunity, reason, or excuse for doing something: his background served as a handle for their mockery
6.
the quality, as of textiles, perceived by touching or feeling
7.
the total amount of a bet on a horse race or similar event
8.
(informal) fly off the handle, to become suddenly extremely angry
verb (mainly transitive)
9.
to pick up and hold, move, or touch with the hands
10.
to operate or employ using the hands: the boy handled the reins well
11.
to have power or control over: my wife handles my investments
12.
to manage successfully: a secretary must be able to handle clients
13.
to discuss (a theme, subject, etc)
14.
to deal with or treat in a specified way: I was handled with great tact
15.
to trade or deal in (specified merchandise)
16.
(intransitive) to react or respond in a specified way to operation or control: the car handles well on bends
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