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handles, 3rd person singular present; handling, present participle; handled, past tense; handled, past participle;
  1. Feel or manipulate with the hands
    • - heavy paving slabs can be difficult to handle
    • - people who handle food
  2. Drive or control (a vehicle)
    • - where did you learn to handle a boat?
  3. (of a vehicle) Respond in a specified manner when being driven or controlled
    • - a roadworthy bicycle that also handles well off the pavement
  4. Manage (a situation or problem)
    • - a lawyer's ability to handle a case properly
  5. Deal with (someone or something)
    • - I don't think I could handle it if they turned me down
  6. Have the resources to cope with
    • - more orders than I can handle
  7. Control or manage commercially
    • - the advertising company that is handling the account
  8. Conduct oneself in a specified manner
    • - he handled himself with considerable aplomb
  9. Defend oneself physically or verbally
    • - I can handle myself in a fight
  10. Process
    • - the airport expects to handle almost 250,000 passengers this weekend
  1. The part by which a thing is held, carried, or controlled
    • - the pan features helpful lifting handles
  2. A means of understanding, controlling, or approaching a person or situation
    • - it'll give people some kind of handle on these issues
    • - get a handle on your life
  3. The name of a person or place
    • - that's some handle for a baby
  4. The total amount of money bet over a particular time (typically at a casino) or at a particular sporting event
    • - the monthly handle of a couple of casinos in Las Vegas

  1. manage: 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"
  2. 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"
  3. treat: interact in a certain way; "Do right by her"; "Treat him with caution, please"; "Handle the press reporters gently"
  4. cover: 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"
  5. touch, lift, or hold with the hands; "Don't handle the merchandise"
  6. wield: handle effectively; "The burglar wielded an axe"; "The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well"
  7. In computer programming, a handle is a particular kind of smart pointer. Handles are used when an application references blocks of memory or objects managed by another system, such as a database or an operating system.
  8. A handle is a part of, or attachment to, an object that can be moved or used by hand. The design of each type of handle involves substantial ergonomic issues, even where these are dealt with intuitively or by following tradition. ...
  9. In mathematics, a handle decomposition of an m-manifold M is a union
  10. The Handle is the name of an electric guitar created by the award-winning designer Peter Solomon and produced by the company XOX Audio Tools.
  11. (Handled) In computer science, a subroutine (also called procedure, method, function, or routine) is a portion of code within a larger program that performs a specific task and is relatively independent of the remaining code.
  12. (Handles (novel)) Handles is a children's novel by Jan Mark which was published in 1983. It was awarded the Carnegie Medal for that year.
  13. A part of an object which is held in the hand when used or moved, as the haft of a sword, the knob of a door, the bail of a kettle, etc; That of which use is made; an instrument for effecting a purpose (either literally or figuratively); a tool; The gross amount of wagering within a given ...
  14. (handling) The mode of using the pencil or brush; style of touch - Fairholt; A criminal offence, the trade with stolen goods
  15. (Handled) allows you to halt the event bubbling or tunneling process.
  16. (HANDLED (or HANDLE)) A term sometimes used to describe the hilt and pommel of a sword or dagger and the haft of a hammer, axe or other tool – but see ‘hafted’ and ‘hilted’ (also ‘shafted’.
  17. Faucet handles typically come in 3 styles: knob, lever, and cross. Some manufacturers allow a customer to mix and match components to create a custom handle.
  18. (Handles) A conveniently located place to hold onto the boat.
  19. (Handles) Little squares at the edges and corners of a selected graphic on your screen. You can move a handle with your mouse pointer to resize or reshape the graphic.
  20. (Handles) Most pressure washers come with at least one handle either chrome or painted. Some models come with front and some with rear handles for convenience in moving and loading into the back of a truck, as well as to give added protection to the vital components.
  21. (Handles) Names that the wrestlers usualy use themselves. Usualy not the names that they use in the ring.
  22. (Handles) This is extra material beyond the in and out points. If you did not have this extra footage, you would not be able to perform dissolves at the beginning and end of the clip.
  23. (Handles) Type of string setup where there are glowsticks at both ends of the string.
  24. (Handles) used instead of a control bar to fly the kite. In 4 line kites, a pair of bent handles with one power line connected to the top and one brake line connected to the bottom of each. ...
  25. (handles) Extra footage beyond a clip’s In and Out points. Handles are useful if you want to add a few more frames to account for dissolves or additional trimming.