Associations to the word «Manual»

Wiktionary

MANUAL, noun. A handbook.
MANUAL, noun. A booklet that instructs on the usage of a particular machine.
MANUAL, noun. (music) A keyboard for the hands on a harpsichord, organ, or other musical instrument.
MANUAL, noun. A manual transmission; a gearbox, especially of a motorized vehicle, shifted by the operator.
MANUAL, noun. (by synecdoche) A vehicle with a manual transmission.
MANUAL, noun. A bicycle technique whereby the front wheel is held aloft by the rider, without the use of pedal foce.
MANUAL, adjective. Performed with the hands (of an activity).
MANUAL, adjective. Operated by means of the hands (of a machine, device etc.).
MANUAL, proper noun. A male given name: a rare spelling variant of Manuel, sometimes considered erratic.
MANUAL ALPHABET, noun. (dactology) An alphabet whose letters are represented by positions of the hand and fingers.
MANUAL EXERCISE, noun. (military) (historical) The military exercise by which soldiers are taught the use of their muskets and other arms.
MANUAL LABOR, noun. Physical work done "by hand" (or using basic implements) instead of by machines, usually implying it is unskilled or physically demanding.
MANUAL LABORER, noun. One who performs manual labor
MANUAL LABORERS, noun. Plural of manual laborer
MANUAL LABOUR, noun. Physical work done "by hand" (or using basic implements) instead of by machines, usually implying it is unskilled or physically demanding.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION, noun. (automotive) Mechanical transmission which shifts gears by the action of the driver's hand on the gearstick or gear lever, rather than automatically; a manual gearbox.

Dictionary definition

MANUAL, noun. A small handbook.
MANUAL, noun. (military) a prescribed drill in handling a rifle.
MANUAL, adjective. Of or relating to the hands; "manual dexterity".
MANUAL, adjective. Requiring human effort; "a manual transmission".
MANUAL, adjective. Doing or requiring physical work; "manual labor"; "manual laborer".

Wise words

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