1) руководить, управлять, заведовать; стоять во главе

to manage a baseball team — руководить бейсбольной командой

2) управлять, уметь обращаться

to manage horse, lance, sword and shield — уметь обращаться с лошадью, копьём, мечом и щитом

She can't manage her child. — Она не может справиться со своим ребёнком.

The German however much he manages his language can never make it as purely beautiful in sound as an Italian. (Parry) — Немец, как бы прекрасно он не владел своим языком, никогда не сможет заставить его звучать столь же благозвучно, как итальянец.

3) уст. расходовать аккуратно, экономно

He managed his resources carefully. — Ему удавалось экономно расходовать свои ресурсы.

а) справляться, обходиться
б) ухитриться, умудриться, суметь сделать (что-л.)

He managed to escape from prison. — Ему удалось сбежать из тюрьмы.

After gaining any diplomatic success he managed to neutralize the effects of it by some act of fatuous folly. — Каждый раз, когда он достигал дипломатического успеха, он умудрялся свести его на нет каким-нибудь безрассудным поступком.

5) усмирять, укрощать; объезжать (лошадь)

Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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