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Meanings of "hand" in Spanish English Dictionary : 122 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
hand mano [f]
hand jornalero [m]
hand obrero [m]
hand lado [m]
hand marinero [m]
General
hand ronda [f]
hand saeta [f]
hand aguja [f]
hand talla (cartas) [f]
hand timba [f]
hand manecilla [f]
hand mano [f]
hand garra [f]
hand alargar [v]
hand índice temático [m]
hand juego [m]
hand puntero [m] MX PY VE EC BO PE CL
hand letra [f]
hand operaria [f]
hand dar [v]
hand manejar [v]
hand operario [m]
hand trabajador [m]
hand zarpa [f]
hand manilla [f]
hand firma [f]
hand trabajadora [f]
hand manotada [f]
hand pierna [f] EC CL
hand rama [f] SV NI jail
hand pasar [v]
hand entregar [v]
hand llevar [v]
hand bracero [m]
hand cacho [m]
hand puñado [m]
hand peón [m]
hand macegual [m] MX NI
hand macehual [m] MX
hand pordiyero [m] GT
hand puntero [m] MX PA VE EC PE BO CL
hand round (inglés) [m] PA
hand mozo
hand maña [f]
hand habilidad [f]
hand manecilla del reloj [f]
hand persona [f]
hand gente [f]
hand acción [f]
hand agencia [f]
hand rúbrica [f]
hand posesión [f]
hand dominación [f]
hand prenda de esponsales [f]
hand disciplina [f]
hand influencia [f]
hand prenda de matrimonio [f]
hand proporcionar [v]
hand guiar [v]
hand ir de acuerdo [v]
hand concertarse [v]
hand cooperar [v]
hand mover con la mano [v]
hand lado (derecho/izquierdo) [m]
hand secundario [m]
hand brazo [m]
hand trabajo [m]
hand poder [m]
hand cartas (en el juego) [f/pl]
hand carácter de letra
hand medida de 4 pulgadas
hand aguja [f]
Colloquial
hand manuela [f] GT SV NI
hand mañosa [f] GT
hand ruca [f] CU
hand cable [m]
hand negro [m] VE
Idioms
hand mano de obra [f]
Slang
hand balsa [f] SV jail
Business
hand mano [f]
hand participación [f]
hand ayuda [f]
hand obrero [m]
Law
hand autoridad [f]
hand ayuda [f]
hand participación [f]
Engineering
hand ejecución [f]
hand destreza [f]
hand mano [f]
hand manual [adj]
hand codillo [m]
Metrology
hand manilla [f]
Geology
hand tacto [m]
Laboratory
hand aguja [f]
Construction
hand entregar en mano [v]
Technical
hand a mano [adv]
hand manecilla [f]
hand aguja [f]
hand situar [v]
hand adjuntar [v]
hand conducir [v]
hand guiar por la mano [v]
hand aferrar [v]
hand puntero [m]
Aeronautics
hand manual [adj]
hand puño [m]
hand sentido de giro
hand aguja de reloj
Agriculture
hand manita [f]
hand obrero agrícola
Gastronomy
hand contraculata [f]
Mining
hand empleado [m]
Petrol
hand mano [f]
Mineralogy
hand parte [f]
hand disponible [adj]
hand jarrete [m]
hand tripulante [m/f]
Instrument
hand aguja [f]
hand índice [m]
Archaic
hand ancla [f]
Football
hand jan (inglés hand) [f] SV
Basketball
hand portátil [adj]

Meanings of "hand" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
on the other hand por otro lado [adv]
on the other hand por el contrario [adv]
hand over entregar [v]
on the other hand por otra parte [adv]
extremity (hand) extremidad [f]
left hand siniestra [f]
hand grenade granada [f]
hand (of a clock) aguja [f]
hand laborer obrera [f]
hand seeder sembrador de mano [f]
(game) hand mano [f]
palm (hand) palma [f]
hand over ceder [v]
hand down legar [v]
hand over dar [v]
hand over regalar [v]
on hand disponible [adj]
hired hand peón [m]
hand carpus carpo [m]
note of hand pagaré [m]
second hand segundero [m]
left-hand page verso [m]
hand pruners tijeras [f/pl]
Irregular Verb
hand-feed hand-fed - hand-fed [v]
General
by hand manualmente [adv]
on the other hand en cambio [adv]
right hand diestra [f]
left hand izquierda [f]
left-hand side izquierda [f]
sleight of hand prestidigitación [f]
little hand manita [f]
right hand derecha [f]
hand out distribuir [v]
have a free hand tener carta blanca [v]
show one's hand enseñar las cartas [v]
be an old hand ser perro viejo [v]
hand in presentar [v]
be an old hand ser gato viejo [v]
hand over rendir [v]
hand out repartir [v]
hand over resignar [v]
hand in entregar [v]
second-hand usado [adj]
right-hand derecho [adj]
hand drier secamanos [m]
hand dryer secamanos [m]
balance in hand sobrante [m]
sleight of hand escamoteo [m]
minute hand minutero [m]
hand mill molinillo [m]
hour hand (of a clock) horario [m]
second-hand usada [adj/f]
right-hand derecha [adj/f]
hand grenade pina [f]
hand over entregar (prisionero) [v]
lend a hand dar una mano [v]
at hand junto [adv]
near at hand junto [adv]
hand of a watch aguja [f]
hand-to-hand fight cachetina [f]
hand-basket cestica [f]
near/left-hand mule (a team) contraguía [f]
outside quire of a ream of hand-made paper costera [f]
scoop or racket fastened to the hand for playing ball bomba [f] CU MX
span of the hand cuarta [f]
hand-cart carretilla [f]
hand-guard of a sword cazoleta [f]
blow on the head given in fun while the hand is being kissed buzcorona [f]
hand axe hachuela [f]
claw-hand gafedad [f]
hand (in contempt) garfa [f]
hand (as hand and seal) firma [f]
hand-grenade granada [f]
slap/blow with the open hand guantada [f]
good hand at cards entrada [f]
resigning a hand (at cards) puesta [f]
gout in the hand quiragra [f]
hand-rail rampa [f]
wash hand basin palangana [f]
palm of the hand palma [f]
slight slap with the palm of the hand palmadica [f]
hand-bag maleta [f]
hand-bag maletica [f]
first three cards in a hand ronda [f]
large hand manaza [f]
small hand manecica [f]
hand of clock/watch manecilla [f]
small hand manezuela [f]
sleight of hand manganilla [f]
small hand manilla [f]
hour-hand of a watch/clock manita [f]
hand of a clock mano [f]
first hand at cards mano [f]
blow with the hand manotada [f]
a large, ugly hand manota [f]
second-hand shop prendería [f]
left-hand side siniestro [f]
left hand siniestro [f]
hand of a clock saeta [f]
hand of a watch saetilla [f]
second-hand shoe shop in madrid valentía [f] outdated
kind of four-hand ombre zanga [f]
second-hand dealer prendera [f]
farm-hand quintera [f]
hand-basket cestita [f]
hand-basket cestilla [f]
farm-hand labradora [f]
farm-hand labriega [f]
hand-bag maletilla [f]
small hand manecita [f]
small hand manecilla [f]
slight slap with the palm of the hand palmadita [f]
second-hand dealer chamarilera [f]
seller of second-hand goods or articles baratillera [f]
keeper of second-hand shop baratillera [f]
second-hand dealer chamarillera [f]
wash hand basin palancana [f]
slight slap with the palm of the hand palmadilla [f]
reach/hand something to somebody alargar [v]
grasp/seize with the hand asir [v]
roll and heat a ball in one's hand before it is played calentar [v]
extend (as the hand) dar [v]
go from hand to hand circular [v]
sieve refuse by hand to recover mineral despajar [v]
sprain the hand despamplonarse [v] fig.
swim hand over hand bracear [v]
go hand in hand concertarse [v]
examine one's hand by the top of cards brujulear [v]
start a hand machine/apparatus cebar [v]
hand to hand fight by cavalry troops entreverarse [v] AR
hand over money enterar [v] BO CO CU CR HN MX
attack, sword in hand meterse [v]
slap with the open hand palmear [v]
move with the hand manejar [v]
have oneself in hand manejarse [v]
strike with the hand manotear [v]
write by hand manuscribir [v] rare
broadcasting by hand volear [v]
carry ore from hand to hand trechear [v]
hand over money pagar dinero [v]
hand over money entregar dinero [v]
write by hand escribir a mano [v]
thrown by hand (weapon) bracero [adj]
on hand existente [adj]
suffering from claw-hand or leprosy gafo [adj]
at hand inminente [adj]
relating to the little finger of the hand meñique [adj]
round-hand romanillo [adj]
note of hand or other private instrument albarán [m]
hand worm arador [m]
large hand barrow angarillón [m]
note of hand conocimiento [m]
hand-basket cesto [m]
keeper of second-hand shop baratillero [m]
seller of second-hand goods or articles baratillero [m]
second-hand shop baratillo [m]
second-hand shop cambalache [m] AR PY UY
second-hand shop cambullón [m] CO
salute performed by kissing someone's hand besamanos [m]
hand-bill cartel [m]
cards discarded from a hand descarte [m]
examining one's hand by the top of cards brujuleo [m]
second-hand dealer chamarilero [m]
main wall of a hand-ball court frontón [m]
hand of watch/clock índex [m] disused
hand of a watch/clock índice [m]
farm hand gañán [m]
hand bale-hook garabato [m]
market of second-hand frippery encante [m]
chance order in which cards remain at the end of a hand encarte [m]
people ranged in a line who pass materials or loads from hand to hand hormiguillo [m]
slap/blow with the open hand guantazo [m]
hand of cards juego [m]
a gentle friction with the hand manutigio [m] rare
farm-hand labrador [m]
farm-hand labriego [m]
sleight of hand masecoral [m]
bow hand proel [m]
raw hand novicio [m]
hand-made cloth used for underwear ñandutí [m] SA
steadiness of the hand pulso [m]
kind of hand-ball game (pelota) linao [m] CL
minute-hand of a clock/watch minutero [m]
farm-hand quintero [m]
hand-ball game pie [m]
papers/cloth forming the cover of a hand fan país [m]
hand-mill molinillo [m]
stroke with the back of the hand revés [m]
hand-breadth (3 inches) palmo [m]
hand-bag ridículo [m]
cheap second-hand shop malbaratillo [m]
blow with the hand manotada [m]
blow with the hand manoteo [m]
second-hand dealer prendero [m]
raw hand tirón [m]
second-hand dealer saldista [m]
lone hand in certain card games solo [m]
seconds hand secundario [m]
stage hand tramoyista [m]
seconds hand of a watch segundero [m]
second-hand clothing shop tenderete [m] MX
hand-saw serrucho [m]
steadiness of hand tiento [m]
miner carrying ore by hand trecheador [m]
second-hand shop cambalache [m]
second-hand dealer chamarillero [m]
blow with the hand manotazo [m]
sleight of hand masejicomar [m]
second-hand building materials despojos [m/pl]
stock-in-hand existencias [m/pl]
excessive or extravagant hand-gestures garabatos [m/pl] fig.
hand-barrow angarillas [f/pl]
hand-vice entenallas [f/pl]
hand-clapping palmadas [f/pl]
round-hand romanilla [adj/f]
suffering from claw-hand or leprosy gafa [adj/f]
thrown by hand (weapon) bracera [adj/f]
on the other hand ahora [adv]
hand in hand de la mano [adv]
(close) at hand cerca [adv]
on hand al alcance de la mano [adv]
out of hand terminantemente [adv]
to hand a mano [adv]
second-hand de segunda mano [adv]
at first hand de primera mano [adv]
from first hand de primera mano [adv]
with one hand in front and the other in back (specifically when mounting a bull) almuerciado [adv] CR:Nw
close at hand alairito [adv] EC rare
left hand zurda [f]
hand ball pelota [f]
palm (inner/concave part of hand) palma de la mano [f]
hour hand manecilla [f]
mexican hand tree manita [f]
right hand manderecha [f]
hit (with the hand) manotada [f]
second-hand shop cachina [f] PE
shot in marbles where one hand is supported by the other alza [f] SV
round fishing net thrown by hand tarraya [f] ES:S ANT NI VE
hand in charge of a ranch encargada [f]
farm hand who leads cattle by their halters cabestrera [f] VE
round fishing net thrown by hand atarraya [f]
bottom right-hand corner esquina inferior derecha [f]
bottom left-hand corner esquina inferior izquierda [f]
right hand artera [f] HN NI
hired hand apatronada [f] CL
series of slaps to the face with an open hand cacheteada [f] GT CO EC AR UY
series of slaps to the face with an open hand cachetiza [f] MX
second-hand store bultic (de bulto y boutique) [f] HN
second-hand store bultik [f] HN
disabled hand baisa de garfio [f] SV
a child game in which children make a circle taken hand in hand and as they turn they sing a line about a little basket plenty of buttons. canastita [f] NI
hand-knitting needle agujeta [f] CU DO PR EC
dominant hand mano dominante [f]
woman with one incapacitated hand due to some dysfunction cuica [f] GT HN SV
second-hand store chivera [f] VE
place for mixing concrete by hand at a construction site chorrea [f] CR
hand truck carreta [f] HN
hand-held perforating machine guagua [f] CL
offensive hand gesture guatusa [f] NI
offensive hand gesture guatuza [f] NI
right-hand person ladera [f] AR UY
right hand lince [f] HN
hand wash sink lavacara [f] EC
left hand maniega [f] HN
good hand in the game of domino manila [f] PA
little hand manito [f] CR:Nw CU DO PR VE EC PE BO CL AR:Nw UY
crooked hand mano cuica [f] HN
left hand ñurda [f] HN SV CL
hand slap game matita [f] CL
minute hand minutera [f] HN SV BO UY
hand slap game palmadita [f] AR
helping hand paloma [f] MX
blow given to a chest with the palm of a hand pechada [f] HN SV NI
hand rolled cigarette patada de burro [f] NI
hand mixer osterizer (de osterizer®) [f] PR
hand mixer osterraiser (de osterizer®) [f] SV
heel of a hand planta [f] CO VE
hand-painted political sign pinta [f] MX
play with an ace, two, and three in hand pinta [f] GT
hand with three cards of the same number and different suits pierna [f] AR
immersion hand blender puretera [f] CU UY
player with the strongest hand puñaleada [f] VE
player with the best hand puñaleada [f] VE
hand extended to ask for alms poruña [f] CL
ranch hand puestera [f] CL PY AR UY rur.
second hand segundera [f] HN
hand-me-downs ropa americana [f] NI CR CL PY
hand-me-downs ropa de bulto [f] HN
hand gun reforma [f] HN
right hand of someone sagaz [f] HN derog.
hand-woven vegetable fiber bag shicra [f] EC rare
hand-woven vegetable fiber bag shicra [f] PE rur.
hand-woven vegetable fiber bag shigra [f] PE
man's hand bag vaspa [f] GT
hand bag vaspa [f] GT
hand-woven vegetable fiber bag shicra [f] EC PE
scorched hand talladura [f] CO
hand rolled cigarette viejita [f] HN SV rur.
gesture of disapproval made by hitting the palm of one hand with the fist of the other tapa [f] CL
right hand viva [f] HN
make disappear by sleight of hand escamotear [v]
wave one's hand around manotear [v]
(one's hand) to shake temblarle a alguien (las manos) [v]
(one's hand) to shake tiritar [v]
extend (the hand) tender [v]
strike with an open hand acachetear [v]
hand back devolver [v]
grab with the hand apañar [v]
lend a hand echar una mano [v]
make by hand labrar [v]
walk while holding somebody's hand andar cogidos de la mano [v]
hand down transmitir [v]
hand down conferir [v]
hand down pasar [v]
hand over devolver [v]
hand over pasar el mando [v]
hand over abandonar [v]
hand over heredar [v]
hand over pasar [v]
shake someone's hand estrechar la mano a alguien [v]
get out of hand desmandarse [v]
get out of hand hacerse incontrolable [v]
take someone in hand hacerse cargo de alguien [v]
take someone in hand ocuparse de alguien [v]
hand in one's notice presentar la dimisión [v]
hand someone something entregar algo a alguien [v]
hand someone something dar algo a alguien [v]
try one's hand at something intentar hacer algo [v]
have time in hand tener tiempo de sobra [v]
lend someone a hand with echar una mano a alguien con [v]
engage in hand-to-hand combat luchar cuerpo a cuerpo [v]
ask for a woman's hand in marriage pedir la mano de una mujer [v]
be at hand estar a mano [v]
make something by hand hacer algo a mano [v]
go hand in hand with ir acompañado de [v]
hold out one's hand tender la mano [v]
have at hand tener a mano [v]
have a steady hand tener buen pulso [v]
hand in homework entregar los deberes [v]
hand deliver entregar en mano [v]
raise one's hand alzar la mano [v]
raise one's hand levantar la mano [v]
hold out one's hand extender la mano [v]
shake someone's hand dar la mano a alguien [v]
reveal one's hand mostrar sus cartas [v]
show one's hand mostrar sus cartas [v]
shake someone's hand dar la mano [v]
lower one's hand bajar la mano [v]
cup one's hand behind one's ear ahuecar la mano detrás del oído [v]
ask for someone's hand (in marriage) pedir a alguien en matrimonio [v]
do with the left hand (what is usually done with the right) zurdear [v]
hand in one's resignation presentar la dimisión [v]
be out of hand estar descontrolado [v]
hand over dar posesión [v]
lend a person a helping hand echar un capote a una persona [v]
gesture with hand hacer gestos con la mano [v]
go hand in hand with ir aparejado con [v]
take someone by the hand llevar a alguien de la mano [v]
be tied hand and foot verse atado de pies y manos [v]
hit with an open hand chipotear [v] CAM
strike with an open hand chipotear [v] CAM
hand over afrontar [v] VE disused
lend a hand to someone alivianar [v] MX GT HN SV NI
injure hand or other limb mancar [v]
touch with hand or foot (animal) manotear [v]
roll a cigarette by hand armar [v] AR UY
save a winning hand until the last moment of the game (card games) abarrotar [v] AR
be a dab hand at something ser un genio [v]
be an old hand at something ser experto en hacer algo [v]
be a dab hand at something ser un experto [v]
bestow hand on somebody dar la mano a alguien [v]
ask for the girl's hand pedir la mano de la chica [v]
ask for the girl's hand for one's son pedir la mano de la chica para su propio hijo [v]
ask for the girl's hand in marriage pedir la mano de la chica en matrimonio [v]
ask for the girl's hand in marriage pedir la mano de una chica en matrimonio [v]
buy at first hand comprar nuevo [v]
buy at second hand comprar usado [v]
calculate by hand calcular a mano [v]
buy at first hand comprar de primera mano [v]
buy at second hand comprar de segunda mano [v]
shop for something specific at a second-hand store cachinear [v] PE
prepare a field for planting using a hand plow abordonar [v] HN rur.
prepare a field for planting using a hand plow acordonar [v] HN CU
be kept on hand tenerse a mano [v]
dye by hand teñir a mano [v]
be kept on hand estar a la mano [v]
be so few one can count them on the fingers of one hand haber tan pocos que se pueden contar con los dedos de la mano [v]
be spotted with cigarette in hand ser pillado con un cigarrillo en la mano [v]
be so few one can count them on the fingers of one hand ser tan pocos que se pueden contar con los dedos de la mano [v]
hand over confidential data in order to obtain some personal benefit datearse [v] CL
hand over the proceeds of a robbery to someone descargar [v] SV jail
nibble or take part of something with one's hand, generally food chancomer [v] HN SV NI
place for mixing concrete by hand at a construction site chorrear [v] CR
stick one's hand in to reach for something escarolear [v] SV
pick meat apart to the bone with one's hand canchir [v] AR:Nw rur.
smooth the wood with a hand plane garlopear [v] NI
hand out money fumigar [v] PA
slap someone on the cheek with an open hand gaznatear [v] GT
be an old hand at something ser veterano en algo [v]
be a dab hand at something ser un manitas [v]
be an old hand at something ser un perro viejo [v]
be a dab hand dársele bien [v]
be a dab hand ser experto [v]
be a dab hand ser muy bueno (en) [v]
be a dab hand at something ser mañoso [v]
be a dab hand at something ser muy bueno en [v]
be a dab hand at something dársele bien algo (a alguien) [v]
make puros or cigars by hand devanar [v] HN
harvest tobacco by hand oprimir [v] GT rur.
hand out pamphlets panfletear [v] BO CL AR UY
make tortillas by hand palmear [v] MX HN SV NI
wash clothes quickly by hand palomear [v] PA rur.
put one's hand to the plough pedalear [v] MX
hit someone's chest with the palm of the hand pechar [v] HN SV
make tortillas by hand palmear [v] CR
pass from hand to hand rolar [v] SV
hand out flyers volantear [v] MX SV PE BO CL PY AR UY
use one's left hand zurdear [v] MX NI
scorch one's hand tallar [v] CO
left hand (handed) (lh) zurdo [adj]
left-hand (direction) siniestro [adj]
left-hand sinistrorso [adj]
hand-held portátil [adj]
right-hand diestro [adj]
second-hand antiguo [adj]
second-hand anticuario [adj]
out of hand fuera de control [adj]
right-hand drive que se conduce por la derecha [adj]
second-hand de segunda mano [adj]
first-hand de primera mano [adj]
left-hand izquierdo [adj]
left-hand drive con el volante a la izquierda [adj]
made by hand hecho a mano [adj]
separated from the hand (banana) desmanado [adj] CU
missing a hand (person) desmuñecado [adj] PR
missing a hand (person) esmuñecado [adj] PR
with a hand or leg impediment or defect maneto [adj] GT HN NI
ground by hand molcajeteado [adj] MX
missing one or two hand from an injury ñeco [adj] DO
steady hand pulso [m]
farm hand peón [m]
farm-hand bracero [m]
hand organ organillo [m]
hand guard guardamanos [m]
hand reamer escareador [m]
hand wheel volante [m]
a dab hand un experto [m]
second-hand smoke fumador pasivo [m]
sleight of hand juego de manos [m]
hand net salabre [m]
hand truck diablito [m]
finger (of hand) dedo [m]
a minute hand minutero [m]
slight of hand escamoteo [m]
second hand clothing agachón [m] HN
second-hand clothes shop agachón [m] HN
farm hand who catches the sheep to hand them over to the shearer agarrador [m] AR UY
round fishing net thrown by hand tarrayazo [m] CU PR CO VE
hand bringing up the rear in herding horses culatero [m] VE
hand in charge of a ranch encargado [m]
hand for hire with rope soguero [m]
farm hand who leads cattle by their halters cabestrero [m] VE
hand-rolled cigarette armado [m] AR
hard blow made with an open hand (especially across the face) arepazo [m] CR VE
hard blow made with an open hand (especially across the face) arepazo [m] CO:C,Nw
place/shop where vehicles are sold (generally second-hand) autolote [m] HN SV NI
old hand tool to make holes in wood (used in carpentry/joinery) balbiquín [m] PR
bird in the hand pájaro en mano [m]
second-hand store cambalache [m] DO PY AR UY disused
(handball game) strong hit with the palm of the hand and with the fingers half open to send the ball against the pediment cajchazo [m] BO
coffee strained by hand café uva [m] PR
a hand bag handbag [m] US PR
old hand tool to make holes in wood (used in carpentry/joinery) barbiquín [m] PR
passing a spinning top from one hand to the other bote [m] CR
hired hand apatronado [m] CL
hand brake breque de mano [m] HN SV NI
strong blow given with the hand on the back of the opponent bombazo [m] PR
series of slaps to the face with an open hand cacheteo [m] HN SV NI PA CO AR UY CL
rein attached to the headstall at one end and held in the horse rider's hand at the other cabestro [m] MX GT SV NI PA CO rur.
rein attached to the headstall at one end and held in the horse rider's hand at the other cabestro [m] CL
a dance performed by a person dressed in black, with a wooden mask with a big mustache, a whip on his/her right hand and a stuffed iguana on his/her left hand, dancing with flute music and to the rhythm of a drum, in honor of st. matthew baile del garrobo [m] HN:W
it is played with both hand sand a foot baisié [m] DO
removal of dirt, weeds, or roots covering vines (generally by using a hand plow) desaporque [m] AR:Nw rur.
hand-rolled cigarette descalzo [m] SV jail
man with one incapacitated hand due to some dysfunction cuico [m] GT HN SV
leather apron worn by a gaucho or field hand to protect their thighs when working or lassoing animals with their hands culero [m] AR rur.
player who has bad cards or doesn't have a winning hand ciego [m] CO VE EC BO PY UY
(card games) a sign that a player makes to his partner to indicate that he has bad cards or doesn't have a winning hand ciego [m] UY
person who uses a cutacha, a long, narrow, straight knife, with their right hand cutachero [m] GT
blow given to someone with an open hand charchazo [m] CL
small rug that is usually hand-knit choapino [m] CL
get two aces in the first hand of blackjack chipolo [m] CO
hand net (fishing) escut [m] CR
slap to the face with an open hand fla [m] NI BO
stable hand estribero [m] EC disused rur.
hand-rolled tobacco cigarette with aromatic substances like vanilla, alcohol, or honey cayubaba [m] BO:N,E
hand truck carretón [m] HN NI
hand watering system using liquid vessels guacaleo [m] GT HN
laundry bucket for hand washing laundry fuentón [m] AR
hard blow with the hand gualetazo [m] CL