Synonyms & Antonyms : Handle


( Verb )

Wash your hands before you
handle my books.





Carry out

Contextual Examples:

I can
hold this bag in the bus without much difficulty.

The Chief Engineer
wields great authority in the public works department.

The pile of books is placed in such a way that it would collapse at a slight

I always
carried out the orders of my teacher without hesitation.





Contextual Examples:

I sold my land at a
throw – away price.

If you
bungle with my money in future, I will throw you out.

The pregnant woman fell from the staircase and had a

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