Handling meaning

hăndlĭng
The process of packing and distributing merchandise.

A charge for shipping and handling.

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The way in which something is handled or taken care of.

A situation that required delicate handling.

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The act or an instance of touching, moving, etc. with the hands.
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The process of packing and sending merchandise to a customer.

A fee for shipping and handling.

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The way in which something is done or someone is treated.

A temperamental artist requires special handling.

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A touching, controlling, managing, using, take care of, etc., with the hand or hands, or as with the hands. See handle.
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(art) The mode of using the pencil or brush; style of touch - Fairholt.
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A criminal offence, the trade with stolen goods.
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Present participle of handle.
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A touching, feeling, or manipulating with the hands.
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The way in which a presentation, especially an artistic or theatrical work, is treated.
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Origin of handling

  • From Middle English handlinge, hondlunge, from Old English handlung (“handling"), equivalent to handle +"Ž -ing. Cognate with Dutch handeling (“trade, operation, action"), German Handlung (“act, action"), Swedish handling (“act, deed, action").

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  • From handle.

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