['bækhænd] 1.
nome (stroke) rovescio m.
aggettivo sport [volley] di rovescio

backhand drive — colpo di rovescio

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1) (in tennis etc, a stroke or shot with the back of one's hand turned towards the ball: a clever backhand; His backhand is very strong.) rovescio
2) (writing with the letters sloping backwards: I can always recognize her backhand.) (scrittura/grafia inclinata a sinistra)
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backhand /ˈbækhænd/
A n.
1 (tennis, ecc.) rovescio: She has a good backhand, ha un buon rovescio
2 manrovescio
3 grafia (o scrittura) inclinata a sinistra
B a. attr.
1 dato col dorso della mano; a rovescio: backhand slap, manrovescio
2 (tennis, ecc.) di rovescio: backhand shot, rovescio; backhand return, risposta di rovescio
C avv.
1 col dorso della mano; con un colpo a rovescio; di rovescio
2 (tennis, ecc.) di rovescio.
(to) backhand /ˈbækhænd/
v. t.
1 (tennis, ecc.) colpire di rovescio
2 colpire con un manrovescio.
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['bækhænd] 1.
nome (stroke) rovescio m.
aggettivo sport [volley] di rovescio

backhand drive — colpo di rovescio

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