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    #1

    'on hand'

    According to what explained in the grammar book, it said:

    'on hand' means the person is nearby.

    I thought on hand means something are ready to be used or practised.

    Can you help, please?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: 'on hand'

    Context would help.

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