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BNC: 752 COCA: 945


manage /ˈmænɪʤ/ verb
manages; managed; managing
manages; managed; managing
Learner's definition of MANAGE
[+ object]
: to have control of (something, such as a business, department, sports team, etc.)掌管;管理;经营;处理
: to take care of and make decisions about (someone's time, money, etc.)管理,支配(时间、金钱等)
: to direct the professional career of (someone, such as an entertainer or athlete)管理,培养(艺人、运动员等)
see also stage-manage
[+ object]
: to control the movements or actions of (something)控制,操纵(某物)
: to keep (something) under your control控制住
: to control the behavior of (a child, animal, etc.)控制,管理(孩子、动物等)
[+ object] : to use (something) carefully and without waste支配,使用
[no object] : to be able to live or to do what is needed by using what you have even though you do not have much勉强维持生计;支撑下去often + on
often + with or without
: to succeed in doing (something)做成;办到
[+ object]
often followed by to + verb常接动词不定式
[no object]
BNC: 752 COCA: 945


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man·​age ˈma-nij How to pronounce manage (audio)
managed; managing

transitive verb

: to handle or direct with a degree of skill: such as
: to exercise executive, administrative, and supervisory direction of
manage a business
manage a bond issue
manages a baseball team
: to treat with care : husband
managed his resources carefully
: to make and keep compliant
can't manage their child
: to direct the professional career of
an agency that manages entertainers
: to succeed in accomplishing : contrive
managed to escape from prison
: to work upon or try to alter for a purpose
manage the press
manage stress

intransitive verb

: to achieve one's purpose
He managed only by careful planning.
: to direct or carry on business or affairs
also : to direct a baseball team
: to admit of being carried on


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: the schooling or handling of a horse
: a riding school
archaic : the action and paces of a trained riding horse
obsolete : management
Choose the Right Synonym for manage

conduct, manage, control, direct mean to use one's powers to lead, guide, or dominate.

conduct implies taking responsibility for the acts and achievements of a group.

conducted negotiations

manage implies direct handling and manipulating or maneuvering toward a desired result.

manages a meat market

control implies a regulating or restraining in order to keep within bounds or on a course.

controlling his appetite

direct implies constant guiding and regulating so as to achieve smooth operation.

directs the store's day-to-day business

Example Sentences

Verb The business is managed by the owner's daughter. The company is badly managed. When she managed the department, we never missed a deadline. He manages his own finances. an agency that manages entertainers He is skillful in managing horses. There's enough food if we manage it well. We need to do a better job of managing our natural resources. See More
Recent Examples on the Web
Other volunteers set up roadblocks and other barriers to manage crowds. WSJ, 9 Sep. 2022 For a while, Prentice tried to manage his own two-a-days, running in the morning with McCoy and lifting and practicing routes in the afternoon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Nick Alvarez | Nalvarez@al.com, al, 7 Sep. 2022 And YouTube has resorted to curation to manage messes from its scale—putting content from health agencies and news outlets in prominent places during the pandemic and other events prone to conspiracy mongering. Mark Bergen, The Atlantic, 5 Sep. 2022 To manage your notifications, go to the Watch app and scroll to each individual app. Adrienne So, WIRED, 5 Sep. 2022 Lois was hired in 2017 to manage the Foxconn project. Corrinne Hess, Journal Sentinel, 1 Sep. 2022 While Hubble did manage to capture many of the same star-forming regions and young stars, the images are not as clear as the one captured by Webb. Mary Kekatos, ABC News, 30 Aug. 2022 To find community as well as resources, tips, and strategies to manage your condition, this app seems to have it all. Adele Jackson-gibson, SELF, 29 Aug. 2022 Such threats are too serious to leave to social media companies to manage on their own. Kara Alaimo For Cnn Business Perspectives, CNN, 29 Aug. 2022
Controllers at the center manage airspace in northern Florida, big chunks of central Florida and parts of other southeastern states. Micah Maidenberg, WSJ, 15 Aug. 2022 This spectacular but easy-to-manage plant has huge leaves with delicate, lacelike edges. Arricca Elin Sansone, Country Living, 21 July 2022 The trend of arming employees with robust, timely data and feedback to self-manage is growing. Alexander Kvamme, Forbes, 5 May 2022 When a company has a rotten culture, sometimes the company pleads guilty and sometimes individuals do or are convicted, but the people calling the shots at the top of the pyramid manage to avoid any legal liability. Los Angeles Times, 22 June 2022 Surprisingly enough, the set for the fictional hotel that Bella Ainsworth (played by Natascha McElhone) and her family manage was located about 400 miles east of Portofino, in Croatia. Dobrina Zhekova, Travel + Leisure, 5 June 2022 Huber went on the manage an unsuccessful campaign in 2020 against a voter initiative that ends party primaries and institutes ranked choice voting for general elections. From Usa Today Network And Wire Reports, USA TODAY, 1 June 2022 How can a department with this edict manage to get focused on treating employees like customers? Dustin Snyder, Forbes, 16 May 2022 Unlike internal, long-term hires, freelancers generally don’t interpret your business needs, project-manage, solve business problems or consider marketing and SEO. Yec, Forbes, 14 Apr. 2022 See More

Word History



Italian maneggiare, from mano hand, from Latin manus


Italian maneggio management, training of a horse, from maneggiare

First Known Use


1561, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 1


circa 1587, in the meaning defined at sense 1c

Time Traveler
The first known use of manage was in 1561
BNC: 752 COCA: 945


1succeed in doing sth做成ADVERB | VERB + MANAGE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADVERBnicely, perfectly well30. split and espbr added:pooler-->, very well足以應付I can manage perfectly well on my own, thank you.我自己完全能應付,謝謝。successfully成功做到skilfully/skillfully嫺熟地應對He skilfully / skillfully managed to keep the aircraft on the runway.他嫺熟地使飛機保持在跑道上。eventually, finally終於做成miraculously神奇地完成somehow以某種方式做成barely勉強做成Paul barely managed to stifle a chuckle.保羅差點兒忍不住笑出聲。easily容易地做成He easily managed to disarm his attacker.他輕鬆地解除了攻擊者的武器。financially (BrE) 財力上設法應付She was finding it difficult to manage financially.她發現財力上難以為繼。VERB + MANAGEbe able to, can能夠做到;可以應付Can you manage?你應付得了嗎?have to不得不設法應付We'll just have to manage somehow.我們不得不想法應付。be difficult to難以做到be easy to容易做到PREPOSITIONon靠⋯應付I don't know how they manage on only £100 a week.一週只有 100 英鎊,我不知道他們怎麼對付。without在沒有⋯的情況下設法對付I can manage without a dishwasher.沒有洗碗機我也能將就。PHRASESmanage on your own自己一個人應對


2control/direct sb/sth控制;指導ADVERB | VERB + MANAGE ADVERBeffectively, efficiently, properly, successfully, well有效地管理;高效地管理;管理得當;成功地管理;管理得不錯carefully精心管理closely, tightly嚴格管理an exchange rate system that will be tightly managed by the central bank受中央銀行嚴密控制的匯率系統professionally專業化管理badly管理不當easily易於管理The condition can be easily managed by simple dietary adjustments.這種情況可以通過簡單的飲食調整輕鬆加以調控。actively積極管理We will actively manage your portfolio to maximize the return on your investment.我們會積極管理您的投資組合,使您獲得最大的投資回報。sustainably可持續經營All our tropical timber products come from sustainably managed sources.我們所有的熱帶木材製品都來自可持續經營的林業資源。centrally, remotely集中/遠程管理jointly聯合管理privately私人管理VERB + MANAGEbe difficult to難以管理The children were very difficult to manage.孩子們非常難管。be easy to容易管理learn (how) to學習(如何)管理You need to learn how to manage your time effectively.你需要學會有效地安排自己的時間。
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0_0: Translations of Manage
  • # v.
    辦: buy a fair amount of, deal with, do, go about, handle, bring to justice
    辦理: carry on, conduct, deal with, execute, handle, manage
    保管: care, take care of, guarantee, keep, manage, vouch
    操: act, behave, clutch, conduct, do, drill
    操持: handle, manage
    持: grasp, hold, maintain, manage, oppose, support
    籌: devise, manage, plan, prepare
    處: be in, deal with, dwell, handle, live, manage
    處置: deal with, handle, manage, punish
    當: accept, be, bear, be in charge of, manage, must
    調度: control, despatch, dispatch, manage
    頂: bunt, fit, gore, carry on the head, hook, horn
    符合: accord, agree, conform, correspond, handle, be in line with
    干: concern, do, manage, work
    幹: do, dry, lay, manage, put, work
    管: care, control, envelop, look after, manage, run
    管理: administer, administrate, manage, run, supervise
    過來: be able to take care of, come, come over, come up, handle, manage
    機場: administer, manage
    經: bear, endure, manage, pass through, stand
    經紀: control, govern, manage, superintend
    經營: engage, manage, operate, run
    理: acknowledge, manage, put in order, run, tidy
    料理: arrange, care, manage
    勉強: manage
    弄: get into a specified condition, do, fetch, fool with, get, handle
    司: control, manage
    轄: manage, operate, rule, run, subdue, subordinate
    轄制: cope, manage
    營: deal with, manage, operate, run, trade
    應付: care, contend, cope, deal with, handle, manage
    馭: drive, horse, manage, prick
    執: carry out, execute, grasp, hold, manage, observe
    治: control, cure, govern, harness river, heal, manage
    治理: administer, control, govern, manage
    主: advocate, direct, indicate, manage, signify, hold a definite view about
    主持: care, take charge of, direct, manage, preside, stand for some point of view
    主導: lead, manage

0_0: Definitions of Manage
  • # verb.
    - be in charge of (a company, establishment, or undertaking); administer; run.
    * their elder son managed the farm
    - succeed in surviving or in attaining one's aims, especially against heavy odds; cope.
    * Catherine managed on five hours' sleep a night

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