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Which one is correct? "Seats with broken handles" or" Seats with broken handle"?
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Seats with broken handles... More than one handle is broken so the plural applies.
"Seats with broken handles?" huh? Do you mean chairs with broken arm rests? Or do you mean the driver's seat in a car, and the seat belt is broken?
Hi Sina, It would be: 'seats with broken handles' or 'seats with a broken handle' Although seats do not have handles, they have armrests. I hope this helps. Aleks
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