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manage /ˈmænɪdʒ/ verb

اداره کردن ، گرداندن ، از پیش بردن ، اسب اموخته
- administer, be in charge (of), command, conduct, direct, handle, run, supervise
- succeed, accomplish, arrange, contrive, effect, engineer
- handle, control, manipulate, operate, use
- cope, carry on, get by (informal), make do, muddle through, survive
Contrasted words: collapse, fail, fall down, give up, poop (out)
Related Idioms: sink or swim on one's own
Related Words: superintend, guide, bring about, carry out, contrive, effect, execute, accomplish, achieve, succeed
English Thesaurus: control, run, be in charge of somebody/something, manage, be in power, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

manage S1 W1 /ˈmænɪdʒ/ verb
[Word Family: noun: management, manager, manageability, manageress; adjective: manageableunmanageable, managerial; verb: manage]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Italian; Origin: maneggiare, from mano 'hand', from Latin manus]

1. BUSINESS [transitive] to direct or control a business or department and the people, equipment, and money involved in it:
He was asked to manage a new department.
Managing a football team is harder than you think.
The company had been very badly managed.
a brewery which has been owned and managed by the same family for over 100 years

2. DO SOMETHING DIFFICULT [intransitive and transitive] to succeed in doing something difficult, especially after trying very hard
manage to do something
I finally managed to push the huge animal away.
How do you manage to stay so slim?
We somehow managed to persuade him.
Juventus managed two goals in the last ten minutes.
I don’t know how I’ll manage it, but I’ll be there.

In written English, people often use succeed in doing something rather than manage to do something, as it sounds more formal:
At a time of depression, Roosevelt succeeded in restoring hope.

3. DEAL WITH PROBLEMS [intransitive] to succeed in dealing with problems, living in a difficult situation etc:
I don’t know how she manages with seven children.
We didn’t have the proper equipment, but we managed somehow.
manage without
How do you manage without a washing machine?
manage with
I can’t afford to get you a new coat – you’ll have to manage with the one you’ve got.

4. TIME/MONEY ETC [transitive] to use your time, money etc sensibly, without wasting it:
Paying a little each month can help you manage your money.
You need to learn to manage your time more effectively.
Consultants can help academic institutions to manage their resources more efficiently.

5. LIVE WITHOUT MUCH MONEY [intransitive] to succeed in buying the things that you need in order to live even though you do not have very much money Synonym : get by:
I honestly don’t know how we’ll manage now Keith’s lost his job.
It’ll be tight, but I guess I’ll just about manage.
manage on
People like Jim have to manage on as little as $75 a week.

6. NOT NEED HELP [intransitive and transitive] spoken to be able to do something or carry something without help:
Can you manage all right, Mum?
You’ll never manage that suitcase; let me take it.
Thank you, but I think I can manage perfectly well on my own.

7. KEEP TIDY [transitive] especially British English to succeed in keeping something neat and tidy:
He’ll never manage such a big garden on his own.

8. CONTROL [transitive] to control the behaviour of a person or animal, so that they do what you want:
It’s hard to manage your children and do the shopping.
The horse was huge and vicious. Giles was the only one who could manage her.

9. BE STRONG ENOUGH [transitive] to be able to do something because you are strong enough or healthy enough:
He tried to walk, but managed only a few shaky steps.

10. EAT/DRINK [transitive] to be able to eat or drink something:
Could you manage another drink?

11. CAUSE PROBLEMS [transitive] to do something that causes problems – used humorously
manage to do something
Andrews has managed to get himself sacked.
I don’t know how I managed to arrive so late.

12. manage a few words/a smile etc to make yourself say or do something when you do not really want to:
Tom looked tired but still managed a smile.
manage to smile/speak/laugh etc
‘Why do you hate me so much?’ he managed to say.

13. HAVE TIME FOR [transitive] to be able to meet someone or do something, even though you are busy:
Can you manage dinner tonight?
‘Is there any chance you could work late?’ ‘I think I could manage an hour.’

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. succeed in doing sth
ADV. nicely, perfectly/very well I can manage perfectly well on my own, thank you.
successfully | eventually, finally | somehow | financially She was finding it difficult to manage financially.
VERB + MANAGE be able to, can/could Can you manage?
have to We'll just have to manage somehow.
be difficult to | be easy to
PREP. on I don't know how they manage on only £50 a week.
without I can manage without a dishwasher.
PHRASES manage on your own

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. control/direct sb/sth
ADV. competently, effectively, efficiently, properly, successfully, well | badly | actively We will actively manage your portfolio to maximize the return on your investment.
sustainably All our tropical timber products come from sustainably managed sources.
VERB + MANAGE be difficult to The children were very difficult to manage.
be easy to | learn (how) to You need to learn how to manage your time effectively.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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