panhandle

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Anglais[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Étymologie[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

de pan + handle

Nom commun[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

panhandle

Singulier Pluriel
panhandle
\'pænhædl\
panhandles
\'pænhædlz\
  1. Manche de poêle.
  2. (Géographie US) 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.

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panhandle

Temps Forme
Infinitif to panhandle
\'pænhædl\
Présent simple,
3e pers. sing.
panhandles
\'pænhædlz\
Prétérit panhandled
\'pænhædlɪd\
Participe passé panhandled
\'pænhædlɪd\
Participe présent panhandling
\'pænhædlɪŋ\
voir conjugaison anglaise
  1. (USA) 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.