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English Word: hand

Spanish Word: la mano
The Spanish Word for hand
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Translated sentences containing 'hand'
It's a second-hand car
Se trata de un coche de segunda mano
I cut my hand.
Me corté la mano.
Some people believe that the future can be read in the palm of the hand, but I don't believe it.
Algunos creen que el futuro puede leerse en la palma de la mano, pero yo no lo creo.
The little finger is the shortest finger of the hand.
El meñique es el dedo más corto de la mano.
Hand me that tool.
Pásame esa herramienta.
The nurse bandaged my hand.
La enfermera me vendó la mano
My left hand is bleeding.
Me sangra la mano izquierda.
Use one nail at a time.
Use un clavo a la vez.
I, on the other hand, would prefer a new apartment (flat).
Yo, en cambio, preferiría un piso de nueva construcción.
I'm looking for a second-hand flat
Estoy buscando un piso de segunda mano
It's at the end of the aisle on the right hand, window 13.
Es al fondo del pasillo, a mano derecha, ventanilla 13.
Hand-lugagge cannot weigh more than 10 kg.
El equipaje de mano no puede pesar más de 10 kg.
I gave a hand.
Yo di una mano.
Do you have weakness in your hand?
¿Tiene debilidad en la mano?
One bird in hand is worth more than 100 flying.
Más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando.
He kissed my hand.
Me besó la mano.
In the old days one washed clothes by hand.
Antiguamente la ropa se lavaba a mano.
The top is in the hand.
El trompo está en la mano.
Raise your hand
Levanta la mano
Hand me the pruners
Deme las podadoras.

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