简明英汉词典

on hand
adv.
在手头, 即将发生, 在场

基本词义

on hand

(1)

在手头, 在手边

(2)

现有

美国传统词典[双解]

hand
hand
AHD:[h2nd]
D.J.[h#nd]
K.K.[h#nd]
n.(名词)

(1)

The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb.
手:人类胳膊的末端,前臂以下的部分,用来抓拿或握持,由腕、手掌,四个指头和一个与之相对的拇指组成

(2)

A homologous or similar part in other animals, as the terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates.
类似手形的事物:别的动物身上与之相应的或类似的器官,比如某些截肢动物前肢的终端

(3)

A unit of length equal to 4 inches (10.2 centimeters), used especially to specify the height of a horse.
长度单位:一种相当于4英寸(10.2厘米)的测量单位,尤用于测定马的高度

(4)

Something suggesting the shape or function of the human hand, especially:
机械钟的回转式指针:某些显示手的功能或形状的东西,尤指:

(5)

Any of the rotating pointers used as indexes on the face of a mechanical clock.
指针:任何一种旋转指针,用来在机械表的表面指示刻度

(6)

A pointer, as on a gauge or dial.
手形的指示标记:一种指针,如在计量表或日晷上的

(7)

Printing See index
【印刷术】 参见 index

(8)

Lateral direction indicated according to the way in which one is facing:
方向:当一个人面对叉路时所指示的侧面的方向:
at my right hand.
在我的右面

(9)

A style or individual sample of writing.
笔迹:个人的书法笔迹或风格

(10)

A round of applause to signify approval.
拍手喝彩:表示赞许的一阵掌声

(11)

Physical assistance; help:
帮忙:体力上的帮助;支持:
gave me a hand with the bags.
帮我拿袋子

(12)

Games
【游戏】

(13)

The cards held in a card game by a given player at any time.
在牌局中玩牌者所拿的牌

(14)

The number of cards dealt each player; the deal.
每个玩牌者所必须出掉的牌数;发牌

(15)

A player or participant in a card game:
玩家:牌局中的一个玩家或参加者:
We need a fourth hand for bridge.
我们需要第四个人才能打桥牌

(16)

A portion or section of a game during which all the cards dealt out are played:
一局:玩一局牌的时间或期限,在这个时间内所有发出的牌要被出掉:
a hand of poker.
一局牌

(17)

One who performs manual labor:
工人:一个从事体力劳动的人:
a factory hand.
工厂工人

(18)

One who is part of a group or crew:
雇员:集体或全体成员中的一个:
the ship's hands.
船上的水手们

(19)

A participant in an activity, often one who specializes in a particular activity or pursuit:
有共同目标的人;老手:一项活动中的一个参加者,通常该人在某一项活动或事务中有所擅长:
called for more hands to decorate the Christmas tree; an old hand at labor negotiations.
叫更多的人手来装饰这圣诞树;一个老手在进行劳动谈判

(20)

The degree of immediacy of a source of information; degree of reliability:
资料来源;可靠程度:消息来源的迅捷性;可靠程度:
probably heard the scandalous tale at third hand.
也许是辗转听到这中伤的谣言

(21)

The strength or force of one's position:
权力:一个人地位的力量或威力:
negotiated from a strong hand.
同一位铁腕人物谈判

(22)

Often hands
常作 hands

(23)

Possession, ownership, or keeping:
掌握,拥有,持有:
The books should be in your hands by noon.
这些书应在中午之前交到你手上

(24)

Power; jurisdiction; care:
权力;审判权;交托:
The defendant's fate is in the hands of the jury. Dinner is in the hands of the chef.
被告人的命运掌握在陪审团的手上。晚餐由主厨负责

(25)

Involvement or participation:
卷入或参与:
“In all this was evident the hand of the counterrevolutionaries”(John Reed)
“在所有的事情中,这件是明显的反革命插手的事”(约翰·里德)

(26)

An influence or effect:
影响:
The general manager had a hand in all the major decisions.
总经理对所有主要的决策都具有影响力

(27)

Evidence of craft or artistic skill:
手艺;技能:手艺或艺术才能的证明:
can see the hand of a genius even in the lighter poems.
就算在这首小诗里也能看出天才的大手笔

(28)

An aptitude or ability:
能力或才能:
I tried my hand at decorating.
我在试着在装饰方面下功夫

(29)

The aesthetic feel or tactile quality of something, such as a fabric, textile, or carpeting, that indicates its fineness, texture, and durability.
手感:触摸诸如纤维、织物、毯子等物时对它们的质地、 品质以及柔软程度的感觉或美感

(30)

A manner or way of performing something:
态度,方式:做某一事情时的手法:
a light hand with makeup.
灵巧的化妆手法

(31)

Permission or a promise, especially a pledge to wed.
允许或答应,尤指婚约

(32)

A commitment or an agreement, especially when sealed by a handshake; one's word:
赞同:赞同或赞成,尤指结束时以握手来表达的;某人的话:
You have my hand on that.
我赞同你那件事
v.tr.(及物动词)
hand.edhand.inghands

(1)

To give or pass with or as if with the hands; transmit:
传递:用手或好象用手给或递;转递:
Hand me your keys.
把你的那些钥匙递给我

(2)

To aid, direct, or conduct with the hands:
援助:用手帮助,指示或导引:
The usher handed the patron to a reserved seat.
引座员把顾客引到预订的座位上

(3)

Nautical To roll up and secure (a sail); furl.
【航海】 收卷(风帆);卷紧

常用词组

hand down

(1)

To bequeath as an inheritance to one's heirs.
留下遗产:象被继承人把财产留给继承人一样传下去

(2)

To make and pronounce an official decision, especially a court verdict.
宣布:做出并宣布一个官方决议,尤其指法庭的一个判决

hand on
To turn over to another.
转交给另外的人

hand out

(1)

To distribute freely; disseminate.
随意分发;散布

(2)

To administer or deal out.
管理;分配

hand over
To release or relinquish to another.
让渡:放弃或让出(财产)给别人

习惯用语

at hand

(1)

Close by; near.
邻近;在近旁

(2)

Soon in time; imminent:
迫在眉睫;即将发生:
Retribution is at hand.
惩罚就要到来

at the hand或

at the hands of
Performed by someone or through the agency of someone.
由某人或通过某人的机构完成

by hand
Performed manually.
人工完成

hand it to【非正式用语】
To give credit to:
给…以信任:
You've got to hand it to her; she knows what she's doing.
你们必须信任她;她知道自己在做什么

in hand

(1)

Under control:
在控制之中:
The project is well in hand.
这项计划控制得很好

(2)

Accessible at the present time.
在目前可以得到或使用

(3)

In preparation.
在准备中

off (one's) hands
No longer under one's jurisdiction, within one's responsibility, or in one's care:
脱离:脱离了某人的管辖权,不再由某人负责或照顾:
We finally got that project off our hands.
我们最终使得那项计划不再归我们管

on hand
Available.
可用的

on (one's) hands或

upon (one's) hands
In one's possession, often as an imposed responsibility or burden:
由某人负责:归某人所有,经常指一种强加的责任或负担:
Now they have the grandchildren on their hands.
现在他们需要照管孙子

on the one hand
As one point of view; from one standpoint.
从一点来说;从一个观点出发

on the other hand
As another point of view; from another standpoint.
从另一点来说;从另一个角度出发

out of hand

(1)

Out of control:
失去控制:
Employee absenteeism has gotten out of hand.
雇员们的旷工已经失去控制

(2)

At once; immediately.
立刻;立即

(3)

Over and done with; finished.
完了的,结束的;完成的

(4)

Uncalled for or improper; indiscreet.
不合时宜的,不正确的;不慎重的

to hand

(1)

Nearby.
近在手边

(2)

In one's possession.
在某人拥有之中

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English
源自 古英语

继承用法

hander
n.(名词)

handless
adj.(形容词)

美国传统词典

hand
hand
AHD:[h2nd]
D.J.[h#nd]
K.K.[h#nd]
n.

(1)

The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb.

(2)

A homologous or similar part in other animals, as the terminal part of the forelimb in certain vertebrates.

(3)

A unit of length equal to 4 inches (10.2 centimeters), used especially to specify the height of a horse.

(4)

Something suggesting the shape or function of the human hand, especially:

(5)

Any of the rotating pointers used as indexes on the face of a mechanical clock.

(6)

A pointer, as on a gauge or dial.

(7)

Printing See index

(8)

Lateral direction indicated according to the way in which one is facing:
at my right hand.

(9)

A style or individual sample of writing.

(10)

A round of applause to signify approval.

(11)

Physical assistance; help:
gave me a hand with the bags.

(12)

Games

(13)

The cards held in a card game by a given player at any time.

(14)

The number of cards dealt each player; the deal.

(15)

A player or participant in a card game:
We need a fourth hand for bridge.

(16)

A portion or section of a game during which all the cards dealt out are played:
a hand of poker.

(17)

One who performs manual labor:
a factory hand.

(18)

One who is part of a group or crew:
the ship's hands.

(19)

A participant in an activity, often one who specializes in a particular activity or pursuit:
called for more hands to decorate the Christmas tree; an old hand at labor negotiations.

(20)

The degree of immediacy of a source of information; degree of reliability:
probably heard the scandalous tale at third hand.

(21)

The strength or force of one's position:
negotiated from a strong hand.

(22)

Often hands

(23)

Possession, ownership, or keeping:
The books should be in your hands by noon.

(24)

Power; jurisdiction; care:
The defendant's fate is in the hands of the jury. Dinner is in the hands of the chef.

(25)

Involvement or participation:
“In all this was evident the hand of the counterrevolutionaries”(John Reed)

(26)

An influence or effect:
The general manager had a hand in all the major decisions.

(27)

Evidence of craft or artistic skill:
can see the hand of a genius even in the lighter poems.

(28)

An aptitude or ability:
I tried my hand at decorating.

(29)

The aesthetic feel or tactile quality of something, such as a fabric, textile, or carpeting, that indicates its fineness, texture, and durability.

(30)

A manner or way of performing something:
a light hand with makeup.

(31)

Permission or a promise, especially a pledge to wed.

(32)

A commitment or an agreement, especially when sealed by a handshake; one's word:
You have my hand on that.
v.tr.
hand.ed, hand.ing, hands

(1)

To give or pass with or as if with the hands; transmit:
Hand me your keys.

(2)

To aid, direct, or conduct with the hands:
The usher handed the patron to a reserved seat.

(3)

Nautical To roll up and secure (a sail); furl.

常用词组

hand down

(1)

To bequeath as an inheritance to one's heirs.

(2)

To make and pronounce an official decision, especially a court verdict.

hand on
To turn over to another.

hand out

(1)

To distribute freely; disseminate.

(2)

To administer or deal out.

hand over
To release or relinquish to another.

习惯用语

at hand

(1)

Close by; near.

(2)

Soon in time; imminent:
Retribution is at hand.

at the handor

at the hands of
Performed by someone or through the agency of someone.

by hand
Performed manually.

hand it toInformal
To give credit to:
You've got to hand it to her; she knows what she's doing.

in hand

(1)

Under control:
The project is well in hand.

(2)

Accessible at the present time.

(3)

In preparation.

off (one's) hands
No longer under one's jurisdiction, within one's responsibility, or in one's care:
We finally got that project off our hands.

on hand
Available.

on (one's) handsor

upon (one's) hands
In one's possession, often as an imposed responsibility or burden:
Now they have the grandchildren on their hands.

on the one hand
As one point of view; from one standpoint.

on the other hand
As another point of view; from another standpoint.

out of hand

(1)

Out of control:
Employee absenteeism has gotten out of hand.

(2)

At once; immediately.

(3)

Over and done with; finished.

(4)

Uncalled for or improper; indiscreet.

to hand

(1)

Nearby.

(2)

In one's possession.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English

继承用法

hander
n.

handless
adj.

英汉地质大词典

on hand
n.在手边,在近处,现有

英汉航海大词典

on hand
prep.在手边,现有

英汉环境大词典

on hand
n.在手边,在近处,现有

英汉化学大词典

on hand
prep.在手边,在近处,现有

英汉海运大词典

on hand
现存,手头现存手头

英汉经贸大词典

on hand
n.手存;n.在手边,在近处,现有

英汉计算机大词典

on hand
prep.在手边(在近处,现有

英汉能源大词典

on hand
n.在手边,在近处,现有

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