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han·dler

 (hănd′lər)
n.
1. One that handles or directs something or someone: handlers of food in a restaurant; the candidate's campaign handlers.
2.
a. One who trains or exhibits an animal, such as a dog.
b. One who acts as the trainer or second of a boxer.

handler

(ˈhændlə)
n
1. (Law) a person, esp a police officer, in charge of a specially trained dog
2. a person who handles some specified thing: a baggage handler.
3. (Individual Sports, other than specified) a person who holds or incites a dog, gamecock, etc, esp in a race or contest
4. (Boxing) the trainer or second of a boxer

Handler

(ˈhændlə)
n
(Biography) Daniel. born 1970, US writer for older children, best known for the macabre humour of his A Series of Unfortunate Events, a sequence of books written in the persona of Lemony Snicket

han•dler

(ˈhænd lər)

n.
1. a person or thing that handles.
2. a person who assists in the training of a boxer or is the boxer's second during a fight.
3. a person who trains, exhibits, or directs an animal, as a dog in a show.
4. a person who manages and represents a public figure, esp. a political candidate.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.handler - one who trains or exhibits animalshandler - one who trains or exhibits animals  
tamer - an animal trainer who tames wild animals
trainer - one who trains other persons or animals
2.handler - an agent who handles something or someone; "the senator's campaign handlers"
agent - a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations
3.handler - (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a teamhandler - (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
baseball coach, baseball manager - a coach of baseball players
basketball coach - a coach of basketball players
conditioner - a trainer of athletes
football coach - a coach of football players
hockey coach - a coach of hockey players
tennis coach - a coach of tennis players
trainer - one who trains other persons or animals
Translations
مُرَوِّض الحيوانات
psovod
træner
idomár
umsjónarmaîur dÿrs
behandelaarverantwoordelijke
psovod
hayvan terbiyecisi

handler

[ˈhændləʳ] N
1. (Comm) [of stock] → tratante mf, comerciante mf
2. (also dog handler) → adiestrador(a) m/f
see also baggage

handler

[ˈhændlər] n
[animal] → dresseur/euse m/f dog handler
(of particular objects or products) food handler → personne f qui manipule des aliments baggage handler

handler

n (= dog-handler)Hundeführer(in) m(f); baggage handlerGepäckmann m

handler

[ˈhændləʳ] n (dog handler) → addestratore/trice (di cane)

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.

handler

n manipulador -ra mf; food — manipulador de alimentos
References in classic literature ?
But if he fell short in any way as a handler of small boys he was to descend a step in the animal kingdom and be matched against the West Australian sheep.
Ice- cold are the innermost wells of the spirit: a refreshment to hot hands and handlers.
"The kick that Greaser's got is something God-awful," Danny gasped in his corner to his adviser while his handlers worked frantically over him.
"Good whale-boat sailors do not necessarily make good schooner- handlers," she replied to one of his arguments.
The dog and the handler position themselves at one end of the strip.
Handler said current Wall Street forecasts don't include what he estimates as between $50 million and $100 million in additional annual revenue from the NXT TV deal at an EBITDA margin of around 65%.
(SBITC) is further boosting its capacity with the procurement of two new empty handlers from Finnish cargo-handling solutions provider Kalmar.
The Cat 990K Aggregate Handler has a payload of 22 tons (20 tonnes) and a full-turn static tipping load of 96,426 lb.
Once he's found it, he determinedly sets his sights on the ground and follows his nose, handler in tow.
American Airlines said the Piedmont Airlines employee was working American Flight 363 on Saturday when the Boeing 737 left Kansas City International Airport with the handler in a heated and pressurized cargo hold.
An airline passenger caught Cathay Pacific Airways luggage handlers on camera throwing checked-in bags at an airport in Hong Kong.