把子 (Chinese PinYin: [bà zi]; traditional Chinese:把子) may mean: (1) noun. handle; (2) noun. handle bar; (3) noun. hand grip. Literally: 把 (handle) + 子 (a “suffix” for a small piece). The term can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some relevant phrases and expressions are: 刀把子 (knife handle), 一个把子 (a handle), 专用把子 (individual handhold), 门把子 (handle of the door), 扫帚把子 (broom handle).
1. How to pronounce 把子?
Chinese Pinyin: [bà zi]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 把子
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 把子
Fixed expression: 刀把子 (knife handle),
Collocation: 一个把子 (a handle), 专用把子 (individual handhold), 门把子 (handle of the door), 扫帚把子 (broom handle),
4. How to use 把子 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 把子.
Translation: My gloves were frozen onto the door handle.
Translation: He groped for the door handle in the dark.
Translation: The father of one of Kearns’ friends had designed a better car-door handle.
Translation: Take the tissue with you to use on the door handle as well.
Translation: I want to go in. I turn the door handle.
Translation: It will be more convenience to add a handle to the drawer.
Translation: Drawer front plate and handle are not included in the product package and in the price.
Translation: The handle is not arranged on an appliance at ordinary time, and can be conveniently absorbed on the door or drawer of the appliance being pulled when used.
5. Stroke Order
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