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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhandlinghand‧ling /ˈhændlɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 DEAL WITHthe way in which someone does a job or deals with a situation, problem, or personhandling of The president has been much criticized for his handling of the crisis. Such a situation needs very careful handling.2 HOLDthe act of touching something The equipment should be able to withstand a certain amount of rough handling.3 the act of buying, selling, or moving goods cargo handling A special licence is required for the manufacture or handling of any dangerous chemical.4 the way in which a vehicle can be controlled, especially how easy it is for a driver to control it It’s a lovely little car – the ride is comfortable and the handling excellent.
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handlingIt has tremendous grip, failsafe handling and a ride of exceptional quality.It is, however, NOW that the defender should take the initiative in the further handling of the claim.Graphics handling is also quite impressive, on a par with much more expensive laser printers.Inept handling of the match by the referee ensured that the game would not pass without incident.This computerised derivatives market guarantees a high level of market transparency and a rapid handling of clients' transactions.Opinion polls showed a high level of domestic approval for Shamir's handling of the war.Most of these chemicals require special handling.Police have been criticized for their handling of the Stuart murder case.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhandlinghand‧ling /ˈhændlɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]1the way in which a problem, situation, or person is dealt withHe is charged with securities fraud in the handling of his clients’ accounts.Inept handling of sackings is bad not just for those dismissed but for the employer as well.2when goods etc are moved from one place to anotherThe environmental unit deals with waste handling and clean-up. cargo handling materials handling
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