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han·dle·bar

 (hăn′dl-bär′)
n. often handlebars
A cylindrical, straight or curved steering bar, usually fitted with handles at each end, as on a bicycle.

handlebars

(ˈhændəlˌbɑːz)
pl n
(Automotive Engineering) (sometimes singular) a metal tube having its ends curved to form handles, used for steering a bicycle, motorcycle, etc
Translations
řidítkařídítka
cykelstyrstyr
ohjaustanko
upravljač
stÿri
ハンドル
핸들바
krmilo pri kolesu
styrstång
ที่จับสำหรับเลี้ยวรถจักรยาน
tay lái

handlebars

[ˈhændəlbɑːrz] nplguidon m

handlebars

[ˈhændlˌbɑːz] npl handlebar [ˈhændlˌbɑːʳ] n (on bicycle) → manubrio

handle

(ˈhӕndl) noun
the part of an object by which it may be held or grasped. I've broken the handle off this cup; You've got to turn the handle in order to open the door.
verb
1. to touch or hold with the hand. Please wash your hands before handling food.
2. to control, manage or deal with. He'll never make a good teacher – he doesn't know how to handle children.
3. to buy or sell; to deal in. I'm afraid we do not handle such goods in this shop.
4. to treat in a particular way. Never handle animals roughly.
-handled
a long-handled knife.
ˈhandler noun
a person who trains and controls an animal (especially a dog). a police dog and its handler.
ˈhandlebars noun plural
the bar at the front of a bicycle etc which is held by the rider and by which the bicycle etc is steered. The cyclist was thrown over the handlebars when the bike crashed.

handlebars

مِقْوَد řídítka styr Lenkstange τιμόνι ποδηλάτου manillar ohjaustanko guidon upravljač manubrio ハンドル 핸들바 stuurstang sykkelstyre kierownica guiador, guidão руль styrstång ที่จับสำหรับเลี้ยวรถจักรยาน gidon tay lái 车把
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