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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
manage /'mænidʤ/
  • ngoại động từ
    • quản lý, trông nom
      • to manage a bank: quản lý một nhà ngân hàng
      • to manage a household: trông nom công việc gia đình
    • chế ngự, kiềm chế; điều khiển, sai khiến, dạy dỗ, dạy bảo
      • I cannot manage that horse: tôi không thể nào chế ngự nổi con ngựa kia
      • a child very difficult to manage: một đứa trẻ khó dạy (bảo)
    • thoát khỏi, gỡ khỏi; xoay xở được, giải quyết được
      • how could you manage that bisiness?: anh làm thế nào để có thể giải quyết được vấn đề ấy?
    • dùng, sử dụng
      • how do you manage those levers?: anh sử dụng những cái đòn bẫy này thế nào?
      • can you manage another bottle?: anh có thể làm thêm một chai nữa không?
  • nội động từ
    • đạt kết quả, đạt mục đích, xoay sở được, tìm được cách
      • he knows how to manage: nó biết cách xoay sở, nó biết cách giải quyết
Concise Dictionary
manages|managed|managing'mænɪdʒ
verb
+be successful; achieve a goal
+be in charge of, act on, or dispose of
+come to terms or deal successfully with
+watch and direct
+achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods
+carry on or manage

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 handle, administer, run, supervise, look after, watch over, direct, head, oversee, superintend, direct, preside over, be in charge (of), take care of, control; rule (over), govern, regulate:
Mr Grant manages the glove department.
2 handle, cope or deal with, control, govern, manipulate:
Will you be able to manage such a frisky horse?
3 conduct, carry on, carry out, bring off, control, undertake, take care of, look after, handle:
Is she old enough to manage her own affairs?
4 succeed, function, make do, make it, shift (for oneself), get along or by or on, make out, muddle through, survive:
Will you be able to manage from here on?
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
do sth difficult
1 to succeed in doing sth, especially sth difficult: [VN] In spite of his disappointment, he managed a weak smile. + I don't know exactly how we'll manage it, but we will, somehow. + Can you manage another piece of cake? (= eat one) + [V to inf] We managed to get to the airport in time. + How did you manage to persuade him? + (humorous) He always manages to say the wrong thing. + They managed to find a place to stay. + [V] We couldn't have managed without you. + 'Need any help?' 'No, thanks. I can manage.' - CAN
deal with problems
2 [V] ~ (with / without sb/sth) to be able to solve your problems, deal with a difficult situation, etc.
Synonym: COPE
I don't know how she manages on her own with four kids. + How do you manage without a car? + She's 82 and can't manage on her own any more.
money / time / information
3 [V] ~ (on sth) to be able to live without having much money: He has to manage on less than £100 a week.
4 [VN] to use money, time, information, etc. in a sensible way: Don't tell me how to manage my affairs. + a computer program that helps you manage data efficiently
5 [VN] to be able to do sth at a particular time: Let's meet up again-can you manage next week sometime?
business / team
6 to control or be in charge of a business, a team, an organization, etc: [VN] to manage a factory / bank / hotel / soccer team + to manage a department / project + [V] We need people who are good at managing.
control
7 [VN] to keep sb/sth under control; to be able to deal with sb/sth: It's like trying to manage an unruly child. + Can you manage that suitcase?
Collocation Dictionary
verb

1 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

2 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.



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