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indirectly acquired / second-hand (information, equipment etc) / assistant
  *手* | 手* | *手
hand / (formal) to hold / person engaged in certain types of work / person skilled in certain types of work / personal(ly) / convenient / classifier for skill / CL: 雙|双, 隻|只
assistant / helper
new hand / novice / raw recruit
expert / past master / dab hand
hand in hand / to join hands / to collaborate
opponent / rival / competitor / (well-matched) adversary / match
killer / murderer / hit man / (sports) formidable player
lit. to join hands / to act together
athlete / contestant
to part company / to split up / to break up
archer / shooter / marksman / (football etc) striker
to set about (a task) / to hit / to punch / to touch
to hold hands
to dispose of / to spend (money) / to undertake a task
both hands
to reach out with one's hand / to hold out a hand / (fig.) to beg / to get involved / to meddle
Kuaishou, Chinese social video sharing app
a skill / mastery of a trade / by oneself / without outside help
rival / competitor
to obtain / to master / overhand (serve etc) / seat of honor
to take possession of / to get hold of
helper / assistant
to begin / to set one's hand to
conveniently / without extra trouble / while doing it / in passing
to wash one's hands / to go to the toilet
gunman / sharpshooter / sb who takes an exam for sb else / sb who produces a piece of work for sb else to pass off as their own
handrail / armrest
to shake hands
handle / grip / knob
to let go one's hold / to give up / to have a free hand
sniper / marksman
personally / with one's own hands
to fight hand to hand
murderer / assassin
mariner / sailor / seaman
Grand Theft Auto (video game series)
right hand / right-hand side
to love sth too much to part with it (idiom); to fondle admiringly
spanner / wrench / lever (on a machine)
to do (sth) oneself / to help oneself to
to hold hands / to shake hands
a handle / to pull on a handle
left hand / left-hand side
to wave (one's hand)
one hand / single-handed
easily / without trouble / while one is at it / in passing / handy
to take over (duties etc) / catcher (baseball etc)
starting point / mechanical hand / gripper
trader or dealer (of stocks and shares etc)
to raise a hand / to put up one's hand (as signal)
skill / talent / agility
working hand / member of a work team / participant / (short form of 第一把手) the boss
to start / to put one's hand to / to set about / the seat to the right of the main guest
to join hands / hand in hand
miraculous hands of a healer / highly skilled person / brilliant move in chess or weiqi (go) 圍棋|围棋
to put one's hand to it / to start out on a task / to set out
(sports) draw / tie
person who writes articles - newspapers, magazines, blogs (informal) / scribe / copyist / a talented writer of articles or of calligraphy
to shake hands
lit. what the heart wishes, the hand accomplishes (idiom) skilled at the job / entirely in one's element / going smoothly and easily
manpower / staff / human hand
skillful hands / dexterous / a dab hand
with bare hands / unarmed / fighting hand-to-hand / freehand (drawing)
thorny (problem) / intractable
promoter / advocate / driving force / pushing hands (two-person training routine esp. in t'ai chi)
hand in hand
to wave / to beckon
divine physician / sage doctor / highly skilled practitioner
(of goods) popular / in great demand
guitar player
experienced person / an old hand at sth
to turn a hand over / to put one's hand behind one's back / fig. easily done
horse rider / equestrian / jockey / bike rider
to be idle
expert in / good at
to wave one's hand / to gesture with one's hand (beckoning, waving good-bye etc) / to swing one's arms
hired thug
racing driver
chess player
to get involved in / to meddle / interference
expert / professional
a slip / miscalculation / unwise move / accidentally / by mistake / to lose control / to be defeated
to pass on / to resell / to change hands
to clap one's hands
to go smoothly / to come off / to succeed
Please do not be too severe on me!
instrumental performer
to pass through one's hands / to handle / to deal with
a handle
to hit back / to retaliate
to cup one's hands in obeisance or greeting / (fig.) submissive
not know where to start

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