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Detailed Translations for hands from English to Spanish

hands:


Translation Matrix for hands:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- custody; manpower; men; work force; workforce

Related Words for "hands":


Synonyms for "hands":


Related Definitions for "hands":

  1. (with `in') guardianship over; in divorce cases it is the right to house and care for and discipline a child1
    • my fate is in your hands1
    • too much power in the president's hands1
  2. the force of workers available1

Wiktionary Translations for hands:


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
hands chocar; cinco serrer la main — Prendre la main à quelqu’un pour le saluer, lui donner une poignée de main.
hands chocar; cinco serrer la pince — (familier, fr) Serrer la main à quelqu'un, lui donner une poignée de main.

hands form of hand:

hand [the ~] noun

  1. the hand (paw; palm)
    – the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb 1
    la mano
  2. the hand (pointer)
    – a rotating pointer on the face of a timepiece 1
    la manecilla; la aguja; la indicación; la seña; el indicador
  3. the hand (staff member; employee; worker; )
    – a hired laborer on a farm or ranch 1
    el empleado; la colega; el colaborador; la colaboradora; el asistente; el miembro del personal; la mano de obra; el asalariado; el ayudante
  4. the hand
    – terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates (e.g. apes or kangaroos) 1
    la manita; la manecilla
  5. the hand
    – terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates (e.g. apes or kangaroos) 1
    la mano
  6. the hand (labourer; workman; worker; working man; laborer)
    – a hired laborer on a farm or ranch 1
    el trabajador; el obrero; el peón
  7. the hand (farm hand; help)
    – a hired laborer on a farm or ranch 1
  8. the hand (handshake)
  9. the hand (assistant; valet; aid; help)
    – physical assistance 1
    el ayudante; la ayuda

to hand verb (hands, handed, handing)

  1. to hand (hand over; give; delate; )
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
  2. to hand (pass; give; hand over; give to)
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
  3. to hand (give; offer; pass)
    – place into the hands or custody of 1

Conjugations for hand:

present
  1. hand
  2. hand
  3. hands
  4. hand
  5. hand
  6. hand
simple past
  1. handed
  2. handed
  3. handed
  4. handed
  5. handed
  6. handed
present perfect
  1. have handed
  2. have handed
  3. has handed
  4. have handed
  5. have handed
  6. have handed
past continuous
  1. was handing
  2. were handing
  3. was handing
  4. were handing
  5. were handing
  6. were handing
future
  1. shall hand
  2. will hand
  3. will hand
  4. shall hand
  5. will hand
  6. will hand
continuous present
  1. am handing
  2. are handing
  3. is handing
  4. are handing
  5. are handing
  6. are handing
subjunctive
  1. be handed
  2. be handed
  3. be handed
  4. be handed
  5. be handed
  6. be handed
diverse
  1. hand!
  2. let's hand!
  3. handed
  4. handing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for hand:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aguja hand; pointer badge; bending; cleat; clothes pin; clothes-peg; flag; key; needle; peg; pin; plug; quoin; switch; tent peg; tent pin; track; wedge
apretón de mano hand; handshake
asalariado clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker employee; laborer; labourer; wage earner; worker
asistente clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker accomplice; aide; aids; assistant; attendant; bystander; carriers; clerical assistant; clerical employee; clerk; confederate; couriers; delivery-men; employee; fellow worker; footman; helper; helping hands; messengers; registrar; second servant; secretary; valet
ayuda aid; assistant; hand; help; valet Mass; aid; aids; alleviation; assistance; assistant; assuagement; benefit; bystander; carriers; charwoman; cleaning-person; clerk; couriers; delivery-men; dole; footman; help; helper; helpfulness; helping hands; mass; messengers; prop; provision of services; relief; second servant; service; services; serving; shore; social assistance; social security; support; unemployment benefit; valet; welfare; worship
ayudante aid; assistant; clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; help; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; valet; worker accomplice; aids; assistant; bystander; carriers; clerical assistant; clerical employee; clerk; confederate; couriers; delivery-men; employee; fellow worker; female assistant; footman; helper; helping hands; messengers; registrar; second servant; secretary; servant; social assistance; valet
colaborador clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker assistant; bystander; clerical assistant; clerical employee; clerk; contributor; footman; helper; registrar; second servant; secretary; valet
colaboradora clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker assistant; bystander; clerk; employee; fellow worker; footman; helper; second servant; valet
colega clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker best friend; bosom friend; buddy; close friend; colleague; companion; confidante; employee; fellow; fellow worker; female partner; learned friend; mate; partner
empleado clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker civil servant; clerk; employee; functionary; laborer; labourer; officer; official; subordinate official; white-collar worker; worker
estampado a mano hand; handshake
indicación hand; pointer assignment; clue; command; cue; evidence; hint; indicating; indication; instruction; lead; omen; order; pointer; pointing out; showing; sign; symptom; tip; tip-off
indicador hand; pointer criterion; flag; gauge; graduated scale; indicator; reagent; scorecard indicator; standard; test; touchstone
manecilla hand; pointer
manita hand clump
mano hand; palm; paw battle; war
mano de obra clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker labour force
miembro del personal clerk; employee; fellow worker; hand; laborer; labourer; manpower; member of staff; staff member; worker employee; fellow worker; staff member
mozo de labranza farm hand; hand; help
obrero hand; laborer; labourer; worker; working man; workman blue-collar worker; industrial laborer; industrial worker
peón hand; laborer; labourer; worker; working man; workman apprentice; butler; chamber servant; disciple; follower; footman; hired help; lackey; man; manservant; pallbearer; pawn; pupil; road-men; servant; student; teacher-trainee; trainee; trainee-teacher; unskilled worker; valet
seña hand; pointer blink; clue; cue; gesture; hint; lead; pointer; sign; signal; tip; tip-off; wink
trabajador hand; laborer; labourer; worker; working man; workman employee; laborer; labourer; worker
- bridge player; deal; handwriting; helping hand; hired hand; hired man; manus; mitt; paw; script
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alcanzar give; give to; hand; hand over; pass affect; bear; bring; bring along; bring in; carry; carry along; catch up; catch up with; come up alongside with; concern; end up; gain; get; get through; hit; move; obtain; reach; run in; strike; take in; touch; win
dar delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with administer; allocate; allot; allow; assign; bestow; bestow on; confer; deliver; dispense; distribute; donate; furnish; give; give a present; give along with; grant; hand out; hand over to; hear; inflict; interpellate; interrogate; offer; pay out; pour in; provide; question; ration; remit; send along with; send with; subsidise; subsidize; supply; swing; turn; veer
entregar delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with allow; book; bring; bring around; cash; cede; deliver; dispense; donate; enlist; enrol; enroll; enter; furnish; give; give up; hand down; hand in; hand over; hand over to; inscribe; offer; order; pay; pay out; pay over; present; proffer; provide; put up for shipment; register; send; send round; ship; subscribe; supply; surrender; transfer; turn in; yield
hacer entrega delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with
ofertar give; hand; offer; pass display; hand in; hand over; offer; present; proffer; write out
ofrecer delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with bid fair; display; hand in; hand over; offer; present; promise; sacrifice; vow; write out
presentar delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with advise; announce; display; exhibit; expose; hand in; hand over; inform; offer; present; prompt; render; show; showcase; suggest; unmask; whisper; whisper in someone's ear; write out
presentar una petición give; hand; offer; pass hand in; hand over; offer; present
proporcionar delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with allow; donate; furnish; give; pay out; place at someone's disposal; provide; remit; supply
transmitir delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with assign; broadcast; communicate; deposit; hand down; remit; send; transfer
traspasar delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; present with assign; change; change over; cross; stop over
- give; pass; pass on; reach; turn over
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
asistente assistant; attendee; wizard
ayuda help; online help
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- deliver; send
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
asalariado wage earning
empleado spent
trabajador active; actively; busily; busy; diligent; doing thoroughly; hard working; hard-working; humming; industrious; industriously; laborious; operative; working

Related Words for "hand":

  • unhand, handing, hands

Synonyms for "hand":


Related Definitions for "hand":

  1. physical assistance1
    • give me a hand with the chores1
  2. terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates (e.g. apes or kangaroos)1
    • the kangaroo's forearms seem undeveloped but the powerful five-fingered hands are skilled at feinting and clouting1
  3. a rotating pointer on the face of a timepiece1
    • the big hand counts the minutes1
  4. the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb1
    • he had the hands of a surgeon1
  5. ability1
    • he wanted to try his hand at singing1
  6. one of two sides of an issue1
    • on the one hand..., but on the other hand...1
  7. something written by hand1
    • his hand was illegible1
  8. a round of applause to signify approval1
    • give the little lady a great big hand1
  9. the cards held in a card game by a given player at any given time1
    • I didn't hold a good hand all evening1
    • he kept trying to see my hand1
  10. a position given by its location to the side of an object1
    • objections were voiced on every hand1
  11. a card player in a game of bridge1
    • we need a 4th hand for bridge1
  12. a member of the crew of a ship1
    • all hands on deck1
  13. a hired laborer on a farm or ranch1
    • a ranch hand1
  14. a unit of length equal to 4 inches; used in measuring horses1
    • the horse stood 20 hands1
  15. guide or conduct or usher somewhere1
    • hand the elderly lady into the taxi1
  16. place into the hands or custody of1
    • hand me the spoon, please1

Wiktionary Translations for hand:

hand
verb
  1. to lead, guide, or assist with the hand
  2. to give, pass or transmit with the hand
noun
  1. bunch of bananas
  2. set of cards held by a player in a card game
  3. that which is, or may be, held in a hand at once
  4. servant, laborer, workman, trained for special duty; a performer
  5. side; part; direction, either right or left
  6. pointer of an analogue/analog clock
  7. part of the fore limb

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
hand mano HandAnatomie: Greiforgan bei Menschen und Affen
hand letra Handschrift — spezielle Ausprägung der handgeschrieben Schrift einer bestimmten Person
hand escritura; letra Schrift — eine bestimmte Art zu schreiben
hand aguja; análogo; manecilla Zeiger — Teil eines Messgeräts oder einer Uhr, der den gemessenen Wert anzeigt
hand pasar reichen — (transitiv) gehoben: jemandem etwas geben
hand entregar aangeven — aanreiken
hand mano main — anatomie|fr Partie du corps humain située au bout du bras, qui s’étend du poignet jusqu’au bout des doigts, qui sert à la préhension et au toucher.
hand obrero; trabajador ouvrier — Personne qui, moyennant salaire, effectue un travail généralement manuel pour un employeur dans les domaines du bâtiment, de l’industrie ou de l’agriculture.

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