- 把手，把柄，柄， 拉手，把
- [C]手柄,把手 a part of an object which is specially made for holding it or for opening it
- vt. 处理,应付; 对待 deal with; treat, behave towards
- vt. & vi. 操作 obey controlling movements in the stated way
- vt. 拿,触,摸 pick up, touch, or feel with the hands
- the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it;
"he grabbed the hammer by the handle"
"it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
- be in charge of, act on, or dispose of;
"I can deal with this crew of workers"
"This blender can't handle nuts"
"She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
- interact in a certain way;
"Do right by her"
"Treat him with caution, please"
"Handle the press reporters gently"
- act on verbally or in some form of artistic expression;
"This book deals with incest"
"The course covered all of Western Civilization"
"The new book treats the history of China"
- touch, lift, or hold with the hands;
"Don't handle the merchandise"
- handle effectively;
"The burglar wielded an axe"
"The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well"
- show and train;
"The prize-winning poodle was handled by Mrs. Priscilla Prescott"
- I was impressed by her handling of the affair.
- The speaker was roughly handled by the mob.
- He's not a very good teacher---he doesn't know how to handle children.
- He knows how to handle the machine.
- Customers are asked not to handle the goods in the shop.
- We don't handle that sort of book.
- I turned the handle and opened the door.
- The handle of the hammer came away easily.
- She burnt herself on a red-hot pan handle.
Blade and handle are the component parts of a knife.
Be sure to take hold of the handle of an ax when you chop things with it.
He gave her a handle against him.
This car handled easily.
The troops handled well.
He refused to allow his secretary to handle confidential letters.
His wise father knows how to handle him.
Do you know how to handle the machine?
This shop does not handle imported goods.
Wash your hands before you handle my books, please.
Please don't handle the merchandise.
The speaker was roughly handled by the crowd.
We hold that the affairs of a given country must be handled by its own people.
- give〔put〕 a handle to
给人以姓名give a name to
I remember her face but I can't put a handle to it. 我记得她的脸,但我不能叫出其姓名。
- 给人以姓名give a name to
- teacup with handle 有把手的茶杯
- handle well 操作得很好
- handle delicately〔properly〕 精心〔适当〕地处理
- handle easily 容易操作
- handle fairly〔harshly〕 公平〔粗暴〕对待
He lifted the handles to propel the cart onwards.出自：D. Lessing
Over his other arm a long umbrella..hangs by an ornate handle.出自：H. Bascom
Wool has superior handle and resilience.出自：Belle (Australia)
I have..been in the habit of wearing gloves when I handle the notes.出自：G. Greene
There was an intrinsic satisfaction in handling and touching natural things.出自：B. Emecheta
- handle主要用作及物动词,宾语可以是人或事物; 偶尔用作不及物动词,其主动形式往往表示被动意义。
- ☆ 直接源自古英的h语andle，意为某种动作的结果。
- handle:handle n. 柄, 把手, 把柄, 口实, 手感vt. 触摸, 运用, 买卖, 处理, 操作vi. 搬运, 易于操纵n. [计]句柄习惯用语fly off the handle [美口]冒火,…