Associations to the word «Handy»

Wiktionary

HANDY, adjective. Easy to use, useful.
HANDY, adjective. Nearby, within reach.
HANDY, adjective. (dialect) dexterous, skilful
HANDY, adjective. Description applied to freight ships which have a small cargo capacity (less than 40,000 DWT). Member of the handysize class.
HANDY DANDY, adjective. Handy; helpful or useful, as due to some clever trick or design.
HANDY TALKIE, noun. (radio) a hand-held portable transceiver

Dictionary definition

HANDY, noun. United States blues musician who transcribed and published traditional blues music (1873-1958).
HANDY, adjective. Easy to reach; "found a handy spot for the can opener".
HANDY, adjective. Easy to use; "a handy gadget".
HANDY, adjective. Skillful with the hands; "handy with an axe".

Wise words

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