handle

handle
'hændl
1. noun
(the part of an object by which it may be held or grasped: I've broken the handle off this cup; You've got to turn the handle in order to open the door.) mango; asa; manilla, pomo(puerta)

2. verb
1) (to touch or hold with the hand: Please wash your hands before handling food.) manipular, manejar
2) (to control, manage or deal with: He'll never make a good teacher - he doesn't know how to handle children.) tratar
3) (to buy or sell; to deal in: I'm afraid we do not handle such goods in this shop.) comerciar con, tratar
4) (to treat in a particular way: Never handle animals roughly.) tratar
- handler
- handlebars

handle1 n
1. asa / mango
hold the cup by the handle coge la taza por el asa
2. manilla / tirador
he broke the door handle rompió la manilla de la puerta
handle2 vb
1. tocar / manosear
please do not handle the food no tocar la comida, por favor
2. manejar / tratar
she knows how to handle salesmen sabe cómo tratar a los vendedores
El gerundio de handle se escribe handling
handle
tr['hændəl]
noun
1 (of door) pomo, manilla
2 (of drawer) tirador nombre masculino
3 (of cup) asa
4 (of knife) mango
5 (lever) palanca
6 (crank) manivela
7 figurative use pretexto
transitive verb
1 (gen) manejar, manipular
2 (people) tratar
3 (tolerate) aguantar
4 (control) controlar, dominar
5 (deal with) ocuparse de
6 (manage) poder con, tener la capacidad para
7 (responsibility) encargarse de
8 familiar soportar, aguantar
intransitive verb
1 (car) comportarse, manejarse
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
'Handle with care' "Frágil"
to fly off the handle salirse de sus casillas
handle ['hændəl] v, -dled ; -dling vt
1) touch: tocar
2) manage: tratar, manejar, despachar
3) sell: comerciar con, vender
handle vi
: responder, conducirse (dícese de un vehículo)
handle n
: asa m, asidero m, mango m (de un cuchillo, etc.), pomo m (de una puerta), tirador m (de un cajón)
handle
n.
agarradero s.m.
asa s.f.
asidero s.m.
asta s.f.
astil s.m.
cacha s.f.
cogedero s.m.
empuñadura s.f.
mango s.m.
manija s.f.
manubrio s.m.
palanca s.f.
palo s.m.
puño s.m.
soporte s.m.
v.
dirigir v.
manejar v.
manipular v.
manosear v.
tentar v.
tocar v.
tratar v.
'hændḷ
I
noun (of cup, jug) asa f‡; (of door) picaporte m; (knob) pomo m; (of drawer) tirador m, manija f; (of broom, knife, spade) mango m; (of bag, basket) asa f‡; (of wheelbarrow, stretcher) brazo m; (of pump) manivela f

to fly off the handle — perder* los estribos


II
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (touch)

please do not handle the goods — se ruega no tocar la mercancía

handle with care — frágil

b) (manipulate, manage) \<\<vehicle/weapon\>\> manejar; \<\<chemicals\>\> manipular
2) (deal with) \<\<people\>\> tratar; \<\<situation/affair\>\> manejar

I'll handle this — yo me encargo de esto

he can't handle the job — (colloq) no puede con el trabajo

I can't tell him the truth; he couldn't handle it — (colloq) no puedo decirle la verdad; lo destrozaría

3)
a) (be responsible for) \<\<business/financial matters\>\> encargarse* or ocuparse de, llevar
b) (do business in) \<\<goods/commodities\>\> comerciar con

to handle stolen goods — comerciar con objetos robados

c) (process)

the dockers refused to handle the cargo — los estibadores se negaron a tocar el cargamento

the airport handles 300 flights a day — el aeropuerto tiene un tráfico de 300 vuelos diarios

d) \<\<computer\>\> \<\<data\>\> procesar

2.
vi responder

this car handles well on bends — este coche responde bien en las curvas


3.
v refl

to handle oneself — desenvolverse*

['hændl]
1. N
1) [of knife, brush, spade, saucepan] mango m; [of broom] palo m; [of basket, bucket, jug] asa f; [of drawer] tirador m, manija f; [of door] (=round knob) pomo m; (=lever) picaporte m, manilla f (LAm); [of stretcher, wheelbarrow] brazo m; [of pump] palanca f; (for winding) manivela f
- fly off the handle
2) (fig) (=pretext) excusa f, pretexto m; (=opportunity) oportunidad f

to get a handle on sth * — llegar a saber cómo lidiar con algo

to have a handle on sth * — tener algo controlado

3) * (=title) título m; (=name) nombre m

to have a handle to one's name — (aristocratic) tener un título nobiliario

2. VT
1) (=touch with hands) tocar

please do not handle the fruit — se ruega no tocar la fruta

to handle the ball — (Ftbl) tocar la pelota con la mano

2) (=manipulate, move with hands) [+ food] manipular

her hands are black from handling newsprint — tiene las manos negras de andar con or andar manipulando periódicos

flowers need to be handled gently — las flores necesitan que se las trate con cuidado

handle with care — manéjese or trátese con cuidado

the police handled him roughly — la policía lo maltrató

- handle sb with kid gloves
hot 1., 3)
3) (=use) [+ gun, machine] manejar

he knows how to handle a gun — sabe cómo manejar una pistola

"not to be taken before handling machinery" — "no ingerir en caso de ir a manejar maquinaria"

4) (=drive, steer) [+ car] conducir, manejar (LAm); [+ ship] gobernar; [+ horse] manejar
5) (=tackle) [+ situation] manejar; [+ people] tratar

he handled the situation very well — manejó or llevó muy bien la situación

I could have handled it better than I did — podría haberlo manejado mejor de lo que lo hice

6) (=manage effectively) [+ people] manejar bien; [+ emotions] controlar

she can certainly handle children — no cabe duda de que maneja bien a or sabe manejarse con los niños

she can't handle pressure — no puede con la presión

I don't know if I can handle the job — no sé si puedo sacar adelante el trabajo

7) (=be responsible for) [+ case, investigation] llevar, encargarse de

the solicitor handling your case — el abogado que lleva or se encarga de tu caso

we don't handle criminal cases — nosotros no nos encargamos or ocupamos de las causas penales

the treasurer handles large sums of money — el tesorero maneja grandes cantidades de dinero

I'll handle this — yo me encargo (de esto)

8) (=deal in) [+ goods] comerciar con

we don't handle that type of product — no comerciamos con ese tipo de productos

we don't handle that type of business — no hacemos ese tipo de trabajos

to handle stolen goods — comerciar con objetos robados

9) (=process)

a computer can store and handle large amounts of information — un ordenador puede almacenar y trabajar con or procesar muchísima información

can the port handle big ships? — ¿tiene capacidad el puerto para buques grandes?

the present system of handling refuse — el actual sistema de recogida y tratamiento de residuos

there is an extra fee for handling and packing your order — hay un recargo por tramitación y embalaje de su pedido

we handle ten per cent of their total sales — movemos or trabajamos un diez por ciento del total de sus ventas

we handle 2,000 travellers a day — por aquí pasan 2.000 viajeros cada día

3.
VI [car, plane, horse] comportarse; [ship] gobernarse

this car handles like a dream — este coche va or se comporta de maravilla

* * *
['hændḷ]
I
noun (of cup, jug) asa f‡; (of door) picaporte m; (knob) pomo m; (of drawer) tirador m, manija f; (of broom, knife, spade) mango m; (of bag, basket) asa f‡; (of wheelbarrow, stretcher) brazo m; (of pump) manivela f

to fly off the handle — perder* los estribos


II
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (touch)

please do not handle the goods — se ruega no tocar la mercancía

handle with care — frágil

b) (manipulate, manage) \<\<vehicle/weapon\>\> manejar; \<\<chemicals\>\> manipular
2) (deal with) \<\<people\>\> tratar; \<\<situation/affair\>\> manejar

I'll handle this — yo me encargo de esto

he can't handle the job — (colloq) no puede con el trabajo

I can't tell him the truth; he couldn't handle it — (colloq) no puedo decirle la verdad; lo destrozaría

3)
a) (be responsible for) \<\<business/financial matters\>\> encargarse* or ocuparse de, llevar
b) (do business in) \<\<goods/commodities\>\> comerciar con

to handle stolen goods — comerciar con objetos robados

c) (process)

the dockers refused to handle the cargo — los estibadores se negaron a tocar el cargamento

the airport handles 300 flights a day — el aeropuerto tiene un tráfico de 300 vuelos diarios

d) \<\<computer\>\> \<\<data\>\> procesar

2.
vi responder

this car handles well on bends — este coche responde bien en las curvas


3.
v refl

to handle oneself — desenvolverse*


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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