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bi·man·u·al

 (bī-măn′yo͞o-əl)
adj.
Using or requiring the use of both hands.

bi·man′u·al·ly adv.
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bimanual

(baɪˈmænjʊəl)
adj
using or requiring both hands
biˈmanually adv
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bi•man•u•al

(baɪˈmæn yu əl)

adj.
involving or requiring the use of both hands.
[1870–75]
bi•man′u•al•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bimanual - requiring two hands or designed for two peoplebimanual - requiring two hands or designed for two people; "a two-handed sledgehammer"; "a two-handed crosscut saw"; "a machine designed for bimanual operation"
handed - having or involving the use of hands; "a handed, tree-living animal"; "a four-handed card game"
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bi·man·u·al

a. bimanual, rel. a las dos manos.
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