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      vb   mainly tr  
1    also intr   to be in charge (of); administer  
to manage one's affairs, to manage a shop     
2    to succeed in being able (to do something) despite obstacles; contrive  
did you manage to go to sleep?     
3    to have room, time, etc., for  
can you manage dinner tomorrow?     
4    to exercise control or domination over, often in a tactful or guileful manner  
5    intr   to contrive to carry on despite difficulties, esp. financial ones  
he managed quite well on very little money     
6    to wield or handle (a weapon)  
7    Rare   to be frugal in the use of  
8       an archaic word for       manège  
     (C16: from Italian maneggiare to control, train (esp. horses), ultimately from Latin manus hand)  

1    to work as stage manager for (a play, etc.)  
2    tr   to arrange, present, or supervise from behind the scenes  
to stage-manage a campaign     
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1    administer, be in charge (of), call the shots, call the tune, command, concert, conduct, direct, govern, handle, manipulate, oversee, preside over, rule, run, superintend, supervise  
2    accomplish, arrange, bring about or off, contrive, cope with, crack it     (informal)   cut it     (informal)   deal with, effect, engineer, succeed  
3    control, dominate, govern, guide, handle, influence, manipulate, operate, pilot, ply, steer, train, use, wield  
4    carry on, cope, fare, get along, get by     (informal)   get on, make do, make out, muddle through, shift, survive  
2    bodge     (informal)   botch, fail, follow, make a mess of, make a nonsense of, mismanage, muff, spoil, starve  

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Consulter aussi:

manager, mange, mana, mane

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