manita translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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manita

  
      sf   little hand  
echar una manita a algn      to lend sb a hand  
MODISMOS hacer manitas      to canoodle, make out   (EEUU)   *     
  ( con      with)     
MODISMOS tener manitas de plata o de oro      to be very skilful  
  manitas de cerdo   pig's trotters
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
manita nf.
little hand

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to lend sb a hand
exp.
to canoodle
(MODISMOS)
exp.
make out
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to be handy
exp.
be good with one's hands
exp.
to be very skilful
(MODISMOS)
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'manita' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
es un manitas en la casa
exp.
¿eres un manitas para la casa?
exp.
manitas (de cerdo {or} chancho)
"manita": examples and translations in context
También el Jagrafess necesitaba una manita para instalarse. Also the Jagrafess needed a little hand, to, erm, install himself.
Todos los perfumes de Arabia no suavizarán esta manita. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.
Y la mujer empezó a chillar por esa manita... ...que salía de debajo de mi padre. And the woman began to scream about this tiny hand... ...that was coming from under my father.
El mundo está lleno de maravillas Y es suficiente que haya una manita para ocultárnoslo. The world is full of wonders... but it only takes... one tiny hand... to hide them from us?
Todos echamos una manita si hace falta. We all muck in as required.
Genial, no quiere echar una manita. Oh, fancy not wanting to muck in.
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