one-handed


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one-hand·ed

(wŭn′hăn′dĭd)
adj.
1. Having or making use of only one hand.
2. Calling for or brought about by the use of only one hand.

one′-hand′ed adv.

one-handed

adj
1. performed using one hand
2. designed for use with one hand
3. having only one hand
adv
using one hand

one′-hand′ed



adj.
1. having or using only one hand.
2. involving the use of only one hand.
adv.
3. with one hand.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.one-handed - having or using a single hand; "one-handed golfers"; "a one-handed backetball shot"
handed - having or involving the use of hands; "a handed, tree-living animal"; "a four-handed card game"
Translations

one-handed

[ˈwʌnˈhændɪd]
A. ADV to catch the ball one-handedrecoger la pelota con una sola mano
B. ADJmanco
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