Definition of 'door handle'
Example sentences containing 'door handle'
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The sunken door handles are needlessly fiddly too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Simply touch your door handle to unlock it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Simply getting new door handles can revitalise the look of a cupboard. The Sun (2013)The fun part is that guys who have to spend their careers designing a door handle actually get to design a car. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'door handle'
British English: door handle /dɔː ˈhændl/ NOUN
A door handle is a small round object or a lever that is attached to a door and is used for opening and closing it.
- American English: door handle
- Arabic: مِقْبَضُ الباب
- Brazilian Portuguese: maçaneta da porta
- Chinese: 门手柄
- Croatian: kvaka
- Czech: klika dveřní
- Danish: dørhåndtag
- Dutch: deurknop
- European Spanish: pomo
- Finnish: ovenkahva
- French: poignée de porte
- German: Türgriff
- Greek: πόμολο
- Italian: maniglia
- Japanese: ドアハンドル
- Korean: 문 손잡이
- Norwegian: dørhåndtak
- Polish: klamka
- European Portuguese: maçaneta da porta
- Romanian: clanță
- Russian: дверная ручка
- Spanish: picaporte
- Swedish: dörrhandtag
- Thai: ที่จับประตู
- Turkish: kapı kolu
- Ukrainian: дверна ручка
- Vietnamese: tay nắm cửa
Definition of door handle from the Collins English Dictionary
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