Wt/sco/handy

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English

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Etymology

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Pronunciation

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  • enPR: hăn'di, IPA(No language code specified.): /ˈhæn.di/, X-SAMPA: /"h{n.di/
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Adjective

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  1. Easy to use, useful.
    Some people regard duct tape as a handy fix-all.
  2. Nearby, within reach.
    You wouldn’t have a screwdriver handy, would you?
  3. Template:Wt/sco/Dialect dexterous, skilful
    She's very handy - she made all her own kitchen cupboards.

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Translations

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Scots

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Adjective

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Wt/sco/handy (comparative hand, superlative ier)

  1. handy
  2. dexterous, skilful
  3. amenable (of an animal)