1. n школа верховой езды
2. n искусное обращение с оружием
3. v руководить, управлять; заведовать, стоять во главе

to manage a factory — руководить фабрикой

to manage a farm — заведовать фермой

to manage a household — вести домашнее хозяйство

manage a factory — руководить фабрикой; управлять фабрикой

4. v управлять; уметь обращаться

to manage a boat — управлять лодкой

can you manage the boat without help? — ты управишься с лодкой без помощи ?

to manage horses — править лошадьми

5. v справляться; обходиться

I think I can manage — мне кажется, я справлюсь

how did you manage ? — как у тебя шли дела ?

the task could hardly have been managed better — вряд ли эту задачу можно было бы выполнить лучше

6. v суметь , справиться; ухитриться

to manage everything in time — суметь сделать всё вовремя

I managed to see him — мне удалось повидать его

how did you manage to get the tickets? — как тебе удалось достать билеты?, как ты ухитрился достать билеты?

7. v разг. съедать

can you manage another slice? — может быть, съедите ещё кусочек?

8. v усмирять, укрощать
9. v выезжать
Синонимический ряд:
1. achieve (verb) accomplish; achieve; arrange; bring about; contrive; succeed
2. cope (verb) cope; fare; function; survive
3. direct (verb) carry on; conduct; direct; engineer; guide; keep; operate; ordain; oversee; regulate; steer; supervise
4. educate (verb) dominate; educate; influence; train
5. govern (verb) control; govern; handle; maneuver; manipulate
6. run (verb) administer; administrate; head; run; superintend
7. shift (verb) do; fend; get along; get by; get on; muddle through; shift; stagger along; stagger on
Антонимический ряд:
blunder; bungle; derange; fail; follow; fumble; misapply; misconduct; mismanage; misuse; spoil; upset

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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