Фразеологизмы со словом hand
ask for one's hand
To ask permission to marry someone.
"Sir," John said timidly to Mary's father, "I came to ask for your daughter's hand."
at close hand
near at hand
When he writes, he always keeps a dictionary at hand.
Coming soon; almost here.
Examinations are past and Commencement Day is at hand.
A remark that sounds like a compliment but is said sarcastically.
"Not had for a girl" the coach said, offering a backhanded compliment.
be a good hand at
To be talented, gifted, or skilled in some activity.
Florian is a good hand at both gardening and building.
be a poor hand at
To be inept, untalented, or clumsy in some activity.
Archibald is a poor hand at tennis so no one wants to play with him.
Loud and enthusiastic applause.
When Pavarotti finished singing the aria from Rigoletto, he got a very big hand.
bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
Something we have, or can easily get, is more valuable than something we want that we may not be able to get; we shouldn't risk losing something sure by trying to get something that is not sure. A proverb.
Johnny has a job as a paperboy, but he wants a job in a gas station. His father says that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
bite the hand that feeds one
To turn against or hurt a helper or supporter; repay kindness with wrong.
He bit the hand that fed him when he complained against his employer.