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hand to hand

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mano noun

mate [mates](friend, see also: friend)
noun
[UK: meɪt] [US: ˈmeɪt]

pestle [pestles](instrument used with a mortar to grind things)
noun
[UK: ˈpes.l̩] [US: ˈpes.l̩]

mano noun
{f}

round [rounds](card games: moment from the deal until the players are finished with the cards)
noun
[UK: ˈraʊnd] [US: ˈraʊnd]

mano noun
{m}

dude [dudes](colloquial: term of address for a young man)
noun
[UK: djuːd] [US: ˈduːd]

mano izquierda noun
{m}

tact(sensitive mental touch)
noun
[UK: tækt] [US: ˈtækt]

mano invisible noun
{f}

invisible handnoun

mano dura noun
{f}

iron fist(ruthless control)
noun
[UK: ˈaɪən fɪst] [US: ˈaɪərn ˈfɪst]

mano derecha noun
{f}

right hand [right hands]noun
[UK: raɪt hænd] [US: ˈraɪt ˈhænd]

right-hand man(trusted assistant)
noun

a mano preposition

at hand(within easy reach; nearby)
preposition

de mano adjective

carry-on(taken onto an airplane with a passenger)
adjective

segunda mano adjective

secondhand(not new; previously owned and used by another)
adjective
[UK: ˈsek.ənd.ˌhænd] [US: ˈsek.ənd.ˌhænd]

meter mano verb

cop a feel(to stealthily fondle someone)
verb

-mano

-maniac(indicating a person who experiences compulsion)

a mano preposition

by handpreposition

meter mano verb

grope [groped, groped, groping, gropes](to touch closely and sexually)
verb
[UK: ɡrəʊp] [US: ɡroʊp]

a mano preposition

on hand(available)
preposition

meter mano verb

touch up(fondle or to grope someone, usually in an inappropriate way)
verb

a mano adjective

handy [handier, handiest](within reach)
adjective
[UK: ˈhæn.di] [US: ˈhæn.di]

a mano adverb

manually(by hand)
adverb

mano de guagua noun
{f}

miser [misers](skinflint or scrooge)
noun
[UK: ˈmaɪ.zə(r)] [US: ˈmaɪ.zər]

mano de buda noun
{f}

Buddha's hand(citrus fruit)
noun

mano sobre mano verb

sit on one's hands(to remain idle when action is needed)
verb

mano a mano noun
{m}

mano a mano(A head-on conflict or direct competition; a duel)
noun

mano de obra noun
{f}

labour force(people available for employment)
noun
[UK: ˈleɪb.ə(r) fɔːs] [US: ˈleɪb.r̩ ˈfɔːrs]

mano de muerto noun
{f}

red dead man's fingers(Alcyonium palmatum)
noun
[UK: red ded mænz ˈfɪŋ.ɡəz] [US: ˈred ˈded ˈmænz ˈfɪŋ.ɡərz]

mano de obra noun
{f}

workforce [workforces](workers employed by an organization)
noun
[UK: ˈwɜːk.fɔːs] [US: ˈwɝːk.fɔːrs]

a mano alzada adjective

freehandadjective
[UK: ˈfriː.hænd] [US: ˈfriː.ˌhænd]

echar mano de verb

make use(to use)
verb

de mano dura adjective

tough [tougher, toughest](difficult or demanding)
adjective
[UK: tʌf] [US: ˈtəf]

echar mano de verb

put to use(to utilise)
verb
[UK: ˈpʊt tuː ˈjuːs] [US: ˈpʊt ˈtuː ˈjuːs]

llave en mano adjective

turnkey(ready to use without further assembly)
adjective
[UK: ˈtɜːnk.iː] [US: ˈtɝːnˌk.i]

tender una mano verb

lend a hand(to help or assist)
verb
[UK: lend ə hænd] [US: ˈlend ə ˈhænd]

echar una mano verb

lend a hand(to help or assist)
verb
[UK: lend ə hænd] [US: ˈlend ə ˈhænd]

batidora de mano noun
{f}

hand mixer(hand-held mixer)
noun

títere de mano noun
{m}

sock puppet(simple puppet made from a sock)
noun
[UK: ˈsɒk ˈpʌ.pɪt] [US: ˈsɑːk ˈpʌ.pət]

hacer a mano verb

craft [crafted, crafted, crafting, crafts](to make by hand)
verb
[UK: krɑːft] [US: ˈkræft]

barrena de mano noun
{f}

gimlet [gimlets](tool)
noun
[UK: ˈɡɪm.lɪt] [US: ˈɡɪm.lɪt]

freno de mano noun
{m}

handbrake(hand-operated brake in a car)
noun
[UK: ˈhænd.breɪk] [US: ˈhænd.breɪk]

de la mano adverb

hand in hand(holding or clasping hands)
adverb
[UK: hænd ɪn hænd] [US: ˈhænd ɪn ˈhænd]