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Sinónimos detallados de manage en inglés

manage:

to manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)

  1. to manage
    to administer; to manage; to run
    • administer verbo (administers, administered, administering)
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • run verbo (runs, ran, running)
  2. to manage
    to manage; to cope with
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • cope with verbo (copes with, coped with, coping with)
  3. to manage
    cope; to manage; to fix; to bring off; to pull off
    • cope verbo
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • fix verbo (fixes, fixed, fixing)
    • bring off verbo (brings off, brought off, bringing off)
    • pull off verbo (pulls off, pulled off, pulling off)
  4. to manage
    to manage; to get done; to fix; to pull it off; to fix it up; to finish; to pull the trick
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • get done verbo (gets done, got done, getting done)
    • fix verbo (fixes, fixed, fixing)
    • pull it off verbo (pulls it off, pulled it off, pulling it off)
    • fix it up verbo (fixes it up, fixed it up, fixing it up)
    • finish verbo (finishes, finished, finishing)
    • pull the trick verbo (pulls the trick, pulled the trick, pulling the trick)
  5. to manage
    to make ends meet; to get by; to scrape along; to manage on; to manage; to make do
    • make ends meet verbo (makes ends meet, made ends meet, making ends meet)
    • get by verbo (gets by, got by, getting by)
    • scrape along verbo (scrapes along, scraped along, scraping along)
    • manage on verbo (manages on, managed on, managing on)
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • make do verbo (makes do, made do, making do)
  6. to manage
    to manage; to bring it off; carry it out
  7. to manage
    – handle effectively 1
    to manage; to handle; wield
    – handle effectively 1
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
      • The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well1
    • handle verbo (handles, handled, handling)
    • wield verbo
      • The burglar wielded an axe1
  8. to manage
    – be in charge of, act on, or dispose of 1
    to manage; care; to handle; to deal
    – be in charge of, act on, or dispose of 1
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
      • She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old1
    • care verbo
    • handle verbo (handles, handled, handling)
      • This blender can't handle nuts1
    • deal verbo (deals, dealt, dealing)
      • I can deal with this crew of workers1
  9. to manage
    – watch and direct 1
    to manage; to supervise; superintend; oversee
    – watch and direct 1
  10. to manage
    – be successful; achieve a goal 1
    to manage; to pull off; to carry off; to bring off; negociate
    – be successful; achieve a goal 1
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
      • I managed to carry the box upstairs1
    • pull off verbo (pulls off, pulled off, pulling off)
    • carry off verbo (carry off, carried off, carrying off)
    • bring off verbo (brings off, brought off, bringing off)
    • negociate verbo
      • The pianist negociated the difficult runs1
  11. to manage
    – carry on or function 1
    to manage; to do
    – carry on or function 1
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • do verbo (does, did, doing)
      • We could do with a little more help around here1
  12. to manage
    – achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods 1
    to manage; finagle; wangle
    – achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods 1
  13. to manage
    – come to terms with 1
    to manage; cope; to deal; to contend; to make out; to get by; to make do; grapple
    – come to terms with 1
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)
    • cope verbo
    • deal verbo (deals, dealt, dealing)
    • contend verbo (contends, contended, contending)
    • make out verbo (makes out, made out, making out)
    • get by verbo (gets by, got by, getting by)
    • make do verbo (makes do, made do, making do)
    • grapple verbo
  14. to manage
    – To adjust the action or aspects of a group of items, typically done more than once. 2
    to manage
    – To adjust the action or aspects of a group of items, typically done more than once. 2
    • manage verbo (manages, managed, managing)

Conjugaciones de manage:

present
  1. manage
  2. manage
  3. manages
  4. manage
  5. manage
  6. manage
simple past
  1. managed
  2. managed
  3. managed
  4. managed
  5. managed
  6. managed
present perfect
  1. have managed
  2. have managed
  3. has managed
  4. have managed
  5. have managed
  6. have managed
past continuous
  1. was managing
  2. were managing
  3. was managing
  4. were managing
  5. were managing
  6. were managing
future
  1. shall manage
  2. will manage
  3. will manage
  4. shall manage
  5. will manage
  6. will manage
continuous present
  1. am managing
  2. are managing
  3. is managing
  4. are managing
  5. are managing
  6. are managing
subjunctive
  1. be managed
  2. be managed
  3. be managed
  4. be managed
  5. be managed
  6. be managed
diverse
  1. manage!
  2. let's manage!
  3. managed
  4. managing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Definiciones relacionadas de "manage":

  1. handle effectively1
    • The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well1
  2. be in charge of, act on, or dispose of1
    • She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old1
  3. watch and direct1
  4. be successful; achieve a goal1
    • I managed to carry the box upstairs1
  5. carry on or function1
  6. achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods1
  7. come to terms with1
  8. To adjust the action or aspects of a group of items, typically done more than once.2

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