panhandle

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Anglais[modifier]

Étymologie[modifier]

De pan et handle

Nom commun [modifier]

Singulier Pluriel
panhandle
\'pæn.hædl\
panhandles
\'pæn.hædlz\

panhandle

  1. Manche de poêle.
  2. (Géographie) (États-Unis) Pointe, péninsule
    • A panhandle is, on a map, where a part of a political entity forms a longish extension such that it resembles the handle of a pan, as with a frying pan.
    • The three counties that form the Oklahoma panhandle were originally part of the Cimmaron Strip.
    • The very wide Texas panhandle butts up, at its north, against the Oklahoma panhandle.
    • The Florida panhandle is the area west, along the Gulf coast, of the Florida Peninsula.
    • Part of Fairfield County, Connecticut consitutes a panhandle, extending into Bronx County, New York.

Verbe [modifier]

Temps Forme
Infinitif to panhandle
\'pæ.nhædl\
Présent simple,
3e pers. sing.
panhandles
\'pæ.nhædlz\
Prétérit panhandled
\'pæ.nhædld\
Participe passé panhandled
\'pæ.nhædld\
Participe présent panhandling
\'pæ.nhædlɪŋ\
voir conjugaison anglaise

panhandle

  1. (États-Unis) Mendier.
    • To panhandle is to beg for money, especially with a container in hand for receiving loose change, especially on the street, and particularly, by a bum.