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manage in English:

1. cope cope

She can't cope with stress.
... Aaah, just how am I supposed to cope with this I wonder?
At present we have various difficulties to cope with.
Mummy, who's terrified of mice, had two fears to cope with.
Learning lessons from Europe, Japan has to switch its economic-oriented policy to a consumer-conscious one, in order to cope with the coming unprecedented aging society towards the 21st century.
Maths. Homework's about derivatives, but I really can't seem to cope with it.
For some reason, I don't cope well with those recognized as hardliners.
It is only through knowledge that we, as a nation, can cope with the dangers that threaten our society.
if you cope, you manage to do what you have to do. If you can’t cope, you find it too difficult to do everything that you need to do
I guess that rveryone will cope
I'll never know how people who have twins cope.
The task is simply too difficult and they cannot cope. / It's quite difficult but I know you can cope with it / I didn't know how to cope with my mother's death
After my Dad died, I wasn't sure how I was going to cope.
Sometimes I find it hard to cope.
Crying helps her to cope with the unhappiness that her memory can cause.

2. to succeed in doing something

English word "manage"(to succeed in doing something) occurs in sets:

new opportunities - intermediate

3. be in control

4. get to see

You get to see Wrocław

5. to do something

English word "manage"(to do something) occurs in sets:

Verb patterns

6. deal with

problems to deal with
All of us deal with our nerves in daily life.
In this part, I will deal with the most frequent difficulties in obtaining a permit.
I deal with recruitment.
Who is the most difficult person you have to deal with?
if you overcome a problem or a feeling, you successfully deal with it
You've no idea how many problems I have to deal with as a mayor.
Plumber deal with damage.
The judge deals with many different types of criminals. Why do you have to deal with it?
I asked my assistant if there was anything else we had to deal with.
This is the only way Greece can deal with crises.
Sometimes you will have to deal with clients who are a bit irritated.
We need to deal with environmental problems like pollution.
we have to learn to deal with this situation successfully
Now we’re under pressure at work but we need to deal with that

English word "manage"(deal with) occurs in sets:

prepositional verbs/formal

7. get on

When I get on the plane I always look for the emergency exits.
get on with
The bus was full. We couldn't get on.
Anyway, I'd better get on.
1. He got on his bicycle and rode down the street. 2. Amy and I really get on well.
He’s getting on very well at school. How did you get on at your interview?
After school, I get on my bike and ride home.
He wanted desperately to get on with his career.
Every time I get on my board to dance it is a pure moment of happiness.
get on = to make progress, manage. how did you get on in your exam?. get on with your homework!
In this case, people believe that the couple will not get on and that their marriage will end badly.
make progress (also get along)/Let's get on with the party
enter a bus, train, etc./The train is leaving. Quick, get on!
Can we please get on, because there are a lot of things still to discuss.
Mary gets on a bus number 9 to get to work. / You can pay when you get on the bus.

8. negotiate

Mine owners refused to negotiate.
We don't negotiate with terrorists.
They would negotiate a peace treaty.
She then proceeded to negotiate with her bank.
The two countries will negotiate a settlement to the crisis.
His job is to negotiate with foreign buyers.
They wanted to negotiate the contract on equal terms.
We delegated him to negotiate with them.
The Secretary General is making a last-ditch effort to negotiate a peace treaty between the two warring factions.
Before you can negotiate anything, you should know where you stand.
I negotiate new contracts.
She safely negotiated a difficult route.
We can negotiate in every area, but we cannot negotiate with nature.
They negotiated the key terms of the contract.
We will negotiate these prices.

9. management

The Japanese fiscal authorities are weighing measures to restore public confidence in their economic management.
asset management
The management tended to be too concerned about short-term improvement of the bottom line to have any long-term design for the future.
The management wishes to inform guests that the television has been fitted with an anti-theft device.
See how Lenny can swallow an entire hot dog without chewing or choking? That's why upper management loves him so much.
Conversations with the management, reports and such should be very freely interpreted into normal language.
However, although our companions were willing, they knew nothing about management or getting money.
What you need to take part in business management is the team spirit to work with many colleagues.
It helped to develop their management skills in terms of communication, leadership and motivating people.
management is the group of senior people in an organization who are responsible for controlling and organizing it, and for supervising the more junior people
Is management really going to consider our bonus, or was that just lip service?
Five self-help books later, Sergey still had a terribly ineffective approach to management.
Somebody who wavers between hope and fear over superficial things should not be appointed to a management position.
The program's memory management was so inefficient that it actually damaged the RAM somehow!
Virtual memory is a memory management technique developed for multitasking kernels.

English word "manage"(management) occurs in sets:

Word formation nouns

10. cope with

I cant cope with stupid people
humans have long had an amazing capacity to cope with more severe and challenging climates.
She found it hard to cope with death of her father
Did Adam cope with this difficult exercise?
I can't cope with all problems on my own.
I totally can`t cope with stres.
How do you cope with life's ups and downs?
You have to cope with his rude behaviour.
I can't cope with too much stress at work.
So how do Bettina, his wife cope with living with Britain's biggest complainer?
He wasn’t able to cope with the stresses of the job.
you must cope with stress
Will she be able to cope with the work?

11. carry of

English word "manage"(carry of) occurs in sets:

phrasal verbs

12. manage to do

13. be in charge of something

English word "manage"(be in charge of something) occurs in sets:

Exchange rates

14. infinitive

An infinitive without a 'to' attached is called a bare infinitive.
Some verbs in English can be followed by either an infinitive or the -ing form

English word "manage"(infinitive) occurs in sets:

gerund and infinitive

15. to succeed in doing something difficult or in dealing with problems

English word "manage"(to succeed in doing something difficult or in dealing with problems) occurs in sets:

3.1 AND THE MORAL IS... Words & phrases

16. manage to get

English word "manage"(manage to get) occurs in sets:

6A Verbs patterns

17. handle with

English word "manage"(handle with) occurs in sets:

buissnes english

18. manage to play