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NOUN USES AND PHRASES 名词用法及短语
N-COUNT 手 Your hands are the parts of your body at the end of your arms. Each hand has four fingers and a thumb.
I put my hand into my pocket and pulled out the letter...
Sylvia, camera in hand, asked, 'Where do we go first?'
N-SING 作用;影响 The hand of someone or something is their influence in an event or situation.
The hand of the military authorities can be seen in the entire electoral process...
The study will strengthen the hand of congressmen who want stricter enforcement of the 14-year-old Act.
N-PLURAL 照顾;支配;掌管 If you say that something is in a particular person's hands, you mean that they are looking after it, own it, or are responsible for it.
I feel that possibly the majority of these dogs are in the wrong hands...
He is leaving his north London business in the hands of a colleague...
N-SING 帮助;援手 If you ask someone for a hand with something, you are asking them to help you in what you are doing.
I could see you'd want a hand with the children...
Come and give me a hand in the garden...
N-COUNT （工厂或农场的）工人，体力劳动者（通常指男性） A hand is someone, usually a man, who does hard physical work, for example in a factory or on a farm, as part of a group of people who all do similar work.
He now works as a farm hand...
He met mill hands, miners and farm labourers.
N-SING （通常指演出前后的）鼓掌，掌声 If someone asks an audience to give someone a hand, they are asking the audience to clap loudly, usually before or after that person performs.
Let's give 'em a big hand.
N-COUNT （女方的）允婚 If a man asks for a woman's hand in marriage, he asks her or her parents for permission to marry her.
He came to ask Usha's father for her hand in marriage.
N-COUNT （纸牌游戏中的）手中的牌，一手牌 In a game of cards, your hand is the set of cards that you are holding in your hand at a particular time or the cards that are dealt to you at the beginning of the game.
He carefully inspected his hand.
N-COUNT 一手之宽（测量马匹高度的单位，等于4英寸） A hand is a measurement of four inches, which is used for measuring the height of a horse from its front feet to its shoulders.
I had a very good 14.2 hands pony, called Brandy.
N-COUNT （钟表上的）指针 The hands of a clock or watch are the thin pieces of metal or plastic that indicate what time it is.
N-SING 字迹;手迹;笔迹 Your hand is the style in which you write with a pen or pencil.
The manuscripts were written in the composer's own hand.
PHRASE （空间或时间上）接近的，不远的 If something is at hand ,near at hand, or close at hand, it is very near in place or time.
Having the right equipment at hand will be enormously helpful...
Realizing that his retirement was near at hand, he looked for some additional income.
PREP-PHRASE 在…手中，从…那里（尤指受到不好的待遇） If someone experiences a particular kind of treatment, especially unpleasant treatment, at the hands of a person or organization, they receive it from them.
The civilian population were suffering greatly at the hands of the security forces.
PHRASE 用手工 If you do something by hand, you do it using your hands rather than a machine.
Each pleat was stitched in place by hand.
PHRASE 变换所有权;易主;易手 When something changes hands, its ownership changes, usually because it is sold to someone else.
The firm has changed hands many times over the years.
PHRASE 完全受（某人）支配;完全听命于（某人） If you have someone eating out of your hand, they are completely under your control.
Parker could have customers eating out of his hand.
PHRASE 连手带脚地，手脚一起地（捆绑） If someone is bound hand and foot, both their hands and both their feet are tied together.
PHRASE 迫使（某人）提前行动（或公开其所作所为） If you force someone's hand, you force them to act sooner than they want to, or to act in public when they would prefer to keep their actions secret.
He blamed the press for forcing his hand.
PHRASE （为…）忙得不可开交;（因…）应接不暇 If you have your hands full with something, you are very busy because of it.
She had her hands full with new arrivals.
PHRASE 自行决定权;自由行动权 If someone gives you a free hand, they give you the freedom to use your own judgment and to do exactly as you wish.
He gave Stephanie a free hand in the decoration.
PHRASE 迅速而大量地（赚钱或花钱） If you say that someone is making or losing money hand over fist, you mean that they are getting or losing a lot of money very quickly.
PHRASE （通常指经过努力后）获得，得到 If you get your hands on something or lay your hands on something, you manage to find it or obtain it, usually after some difficulty.
Patty began reading everything she could get her hands on.
PHRASE （与某人）密切合作地 If you work hand in glove with someone, you work very closely with them.
The UN inspectors work hand in glove with the Western intelligence agencies.
PHRASE （常指为表示爱意而）手拉手的，携着手的 If two people are hand in hand, they are holding each other's nearest hand, usually while they are walking or sitting together. People often do this to show their affection for each other.
I saw them making their way, hand in hand, down the path.
PHRASE （两件事）密切相关地，同时并进地 If two things go hand in hand, they are closely connected and cannot be considered separately from each other.
For us, research and teaching go hand in hand...
Hand in hand with the police inquiries the government has also announced a full investigation.
PHRASE 参加;参与 If you have a hand in something such as an event or activity, you are involved in it.
He thanked all who had a hand in his release.
PHRASE （统治者）用高压手段，严厉地 If you say that someone such as the ruler of a country treats people with a heavy hand, you are criticizing them because they are very strict and severe with them.
Henry and Richard both ruled with a heavy hand.
PHR-RECIP （常指为表示爱意而）手拉手，牵手 If two people are holding hands, they are holding each other's nearest hand, usually while they are walking or sitting together. People often do this to show their affection for each other.
She approached a young couple holding hands on a bench.
PHRASE 给…精神上的支持 If you ask someone to hold your hand at an event that you are worried about, you ask them to support you by being there with you.
I don't need anyone to hold my hand.
PHRASE （比赛）尚待进行 In a competition, if someone has games or matches in hand, they have more games or matches left to play than their opponent and therefore have the possibility of scoring more points.
Wales are three points behind Romania in the group but have a game in hand.
PHRASE （时间或金钱）宽余的 If you have time or money in hand, you have more time or money than you need.
Hughes finished with 15 seconds in hand.
PHRASE （工作或问题）办理中的，处理中的 The job or problem in hand is the job or problem that you are dealing with at the moment.
The business in hand was approaching some kind of climax.
PHRASE （局势）在控制下，在掌握中 If a situation is in hand, it is under control.
The Olympic organisers say that matters are well in hand.
PHRASE 偶尔练习以保持熟练 If you do something to keep your hand in, you practise a skill or hobby occasionally in order to remain fairly good at it.
He still plays keyboards for a local band to keep his hand in.
PHRASE 趴着;四肢着地 If you are on your hands and knees, your knees and feet and the palms of your hands are touching the ground.
Chris crawled on his hands and knees out onto the highway.
PHRASE 向…伸出援手;给予…帮助 If you lend someone a hand, you help them.
I'd be glad to lend a hand.
PHRASE （不客气的警告语）别碰…，别干涉… If you tell someone to keep their hands off something or to take their hands off it, you are telling them in a rather aggressive way not to touch it or interfere with it.
Keep your hands off my milk.
PHRASE 马上;立即;无需询问（或查证） If you do not know something off hand, you do not know it without having to ask someone else or look it up in a book.
I can't think of any off hand.
PHRASE 由…负责/不再由…负责 If you have a problem or responsibility on your hands, you have to deal with it. If it is off your hands, you no longer have to deal with it.
They now have yet another drug problem on their hands...
She would like the worry of dealing with her affairs taken off her hands.
PHRASE 在手头;在近处;现有 If someone or something is on hand, they are near and able to be used if they are needed.
The Bridal Department will have experts on hand to give you all the help and advice you need...
There was simply no cash on hand to meet the cost of food.
PHRASE 一方面…（另一方面…） You use on the one hand to introduce the first of two contrasting points, facts, or ways of looking at something. It is always followed later by on the other hand or 'on the other'.
On the one hand, if the body doesn't have enough cholesterol, we would not be able to survive. On the other hand, if the body has too much cholesterol, the excess begins to line the arteries.
PHRASE （从）另一方面（来说）（用于引出相对照的另一点） You use on the other hand to introduce the second of two contrasting points, facts, or ways of looking at something.
Well, all right, hospitals lose money. But, on the other hand, if people are healthy, don't think of it as losing money; think of it as saving lives.
PHRASE 失去控制;不可收拾 If a person or a situation gets out of hand, you are no longer able to control them.
His drinking had got out of hand.
PHRASE 立即，不假思索地（屏弃、拒绝等） If you dismiss or reject something out of hand, you do so immediately and do not consider believing or accepting it.
I initially dismissed the idea out of hand.
PHRASE 因失算而让…占便宜;做对…有利的事 If you play into someone's hands, you do something which they want you to do and which places you in their power.
He is playing into the hands of racists.
PHRASE 摊牌;亮出底牌;表明自己的真实意图 If you show your hand, you show how much power you have and the way you intend to act.
He has grown more serious about running for president, although he refuses to show his hand.
PHRASE （尤指为有所改善）接手，照管，担任起对…的责任 If you take something or someone in hand, you take control or responsibility over them, especially in order to improve them.
I hope that Parliament will soon take the NHS in hand...
He had thought her worth taking in hand.
PHRASE （因愤怒、绝望或厌恶而）骤然举起双手 If someone throws up their hands, they express their anger, frustration, or disgust when a situation becomes so bad that they can no longer accept it.
She threw up her hands in despair...
Or are they just going to throw up their hands and say you're asking too much?
PHRASE 受到束缚;放不开手脚 If you say that your hands are tied, you mean that something is preventing you from acting in the way that you want to.
Politicians are always saying that they want to help us but their hands are tied...
Her hands were tied by the way that the US constitution is structured.
PHRASE 在手边;在附近 If you have something to hand or near to hand, you have it with you or near you, ready to use when needed.
You may want to keep this brochure safe, so you have it to hand whenever you may need it.
PHRASE （通常指初次）尝试，试身手 If you try your hand at an activity, you attempt to do it, usually for the first time.
After he left school, he tried his hand at a variety of jobs—bricklayer, cinema usher, coal man.
PHRASE 着手学做 If you turn your hand to something such as a practical activity, you learn about it and do it for the first time.
...a person who can turn his hand to anything.
PHRASE 洗手不干;不再管;和…断绝关系 If you wash your hands of someone or something, you refuse to be involved with them any more or to take responsibility for them.
He seems to have washed his hands of the job.
PHRASE 轻易取胜 If you win hands down, you win very easily.
VERB USES 动词用法
VERB 递;交;给 If you hand something to someone, you pass it to them.
He handed me a little rectangle of white paper...
He took a thick envelope from an inside pocket and handed it to me.
PHRASE 你不得不佩服… You say things such as 'You have to hand it to her' or 'You've got to hand it to them' when you admire someone for their skills or achievements and you think they deserve a lot of praise.
You've got to hand it to Melissa, she certainly gets around.