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To be the leader of; direct (an orchestra, choir, etc.)
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  1. To be the leader of; direct (an orchestra, choir, etc.)
  2. To direct the course of; manage or control:
  3. To manage, control, or direct
To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
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  1. To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
  2. To manage the affairs, course, or action of; guide; conduct; regulate
  3. In a direct manner; directly
To exercise authority over; direct; command
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  1. To exercise authority over; direct; command
  2. To adjust to a requirement; regulate:
  3. To hold in restraint; check:
(Grammar) To require (a specific morphological form) of accompanying words.
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  1. (Grammar) To require (a specific morphological form) of accompanying words.
  2. To control the speed or magnitude of; regulate:
  3. To exercise authority over; rule, administer, direct, control, manage, etc.
To administer:
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  1. To administer:
  2. To put forward for acceptance or rejection; offer; proffer
  3. To offer as entertainment:
To earn money for a company or for the family.
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  1. To earn money for a company or for the family.
  2. To move something indoors.
  3. To introduce a person or group of people to an organisation.
To provide something necessary or desired to; equip:
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  1. To provide something necessary or desired to; equip:
  2. To supply; provide; give
  3. To supply, provide, or equip with whatever is necessary or useful; esp., to put furniture into (a room, apartment, etc.)
To administer (laws, for example).
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  1. To administer (laws, for example).
  2. To give or deal out, especially in parts or portions:
  3. To prepare and give out (medicines, prescriptions, etc.)
To adjust to a particular standard, rate, degree, amount, etc.
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  1. To adjust to a particular standard, rate, degree, amount, etc.
  2. To put or maintain in order:
  3. To control, direct, or govern according to a rule, principle, or system; specif., to impose a body of regulations on a particular industry, type of business, etc.
To bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to:
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  1. To bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to:
  2. To put to or adapt for a special use:
  3. To devote, use, or assign for a particular purpose.
To give permission for (something); sanction:
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  1. To give permission for (something); sanction:
  2. To grant (someone) power or authority (to do something specific).
  3. To give justification for; warrant
To find out exactly; calculate precisely; ascertain
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  1. To find out exactly; calculate precisely; ascertain
  2. To reach a decision; resolve:
  3. To give direction to; shape or affect
To provide (goods) for customers; supply
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  1. To provide (goods) for customers; supply
  2. To do services or duties for; give service to; aid; assist; help
  3. To prepare and offer (food, for example):
To distribute something in portions; to apportion or dole out
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(Tennis) To win a set, or by extension a match, by holding serve (winning a game as the server).
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  1. (Tennis) To win a set, or by extension a match, by holding serve (winning a game as the server).
(Card games) to not deal cards to someone who is leaving a game.
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  1. (Card games) to not deal cards to someone who is leaving a game.
To serve as a temporary substitute
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  1. To serve as a temporary substitute
  2. To make available for use; provide:
  3. To give, furnish, or provide (what is needed or wanted)
(Archaic) To treat with tenderness
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  1. (Archaic) To treat with tenderness
  2. To submit as a tender
  3. (Formal) To offer, to give.
To make available; afford:
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  1. To make available; afford:
  2. To show or give signs of
  3. To put forward for consideration; propose:
To offer (usually something intangible)
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  1. To offer (usually something intangible)
  2. A preliminary offering, specifically with regard to testimony or evidence, a preview of what will be said or shown. Also known as an offer of proof. A preliminary offering, specifically with regard to testimony or evidence, a preview of what will be said or shown. Also known as an offer of proof.
  3. To offer for acceptance; tender:
To supply (goods) to retailers.
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  1. To supply (goods) to retailers.
  2. To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
  3. (Logic) To use (a term) so as to include all individuals or entities of a given class.
To arrange (pages of type or plates) in a frame in the proper order of printing
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  1. To arrange (pages of type or plates) in a frame in the proper order of printing
  2. To force oneself on or take unfair advantage of others:
  3. To offer or circulate fraudulently; pass off:
To submit material for publication.
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  1. To submit material for publication.
  2. To help bring about a result; act as a factor:
  3. To give or provide jointly with others; give to a common fund
To pay out, as from a fund; expend.
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  1. To pay out, as from a fund; expend.
  2. (Finance) To pay out, expend; usually from a public fund or treasury.
(Card games) to not deal cards to someone who is leaving a game.
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  1. (Card games) to not deal cards to someone who is leaving a game.
To affect keenly or forcibly; impress:
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  1. To affect keenly or forcibly; impress:
  2. To dismantle and pack up for departure:
  3. To engage in a strike against an employer.
To express in words; declare or utter:
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  1. To express in words; declare or utter:
  2. To give or hand over; transfer
  3. To strike (a blow).
To administer.
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  1. To administer.
  2. To manage or direct; administer
To cause to move in a certain direction or toward a certain object; turn or point:
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  1. To cause to move in a certain direction or toward a certain object; turn or point:
  2. To order or cause a person or entity to carry out a course of action; more generally, to govern an enterprise or activity. Of a judge, the giving of a verbal instruction to a witness or jury to behave in a certain way, as in, “the witness is directed to answer yes or no to the questions” or “the jury is directed to disregard the defendant’s outburst.” To order or cause a person or entity to carry out a course of action; more generally, to govern an enterprise or activity. Of a judge, the giving of a verbal instruction to a witness or jury to behave in a certain way, as in, “the witness is directed to answer yes or no to the questions” or “the jury is directed to disregard the defendant’s outburst.”
  3. To turn or point (a person or thing) toward an object or goal; aim; head
To hold in check; restrain; curb
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  1. To hold in check; restrain; curb
  2. (Grammar) To require (a specific morphological form) of accompanying words.
  3. To exercise authority over; rule, administer, direct, control, manage, etc.
To provide with a head:
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  1. To provide with a head:
  2. (Sports) To hit (a soccer ball) in the air with one's head.
  3. To form a head, as lettuce or cabbage.
To have charge of; direct; administer
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  1. To have charge of; direct; administer
  2. To get (a person) to do what one wishes, esp. by skill, tact, flattery, etc.
  3. To continue to get along; carry on; cope:
To take a particular form, order, or expression:
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  1. To take a particular form, order, or expression:
  2. (Nautical) To cause to move on a course:
  3. To do or carry out:
To oversee and manage; supervise.
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  1. To oversee and manage; supervise.
  2. To act as superintendent of; direct; supervise; manage
To manage and direct; be in charge of:
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  1. To manage and direct; be in charge of:
  2. To oversee, direct, or manage (work, workers, a project, etc.); superintend
To manage or direct; administer
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  1. To manage or direct; administer
  2. To administer.
(Idiomatic) To fulfill.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To fulfill.
  2. To hold while moving something out.
To administer (laws, for example).
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  1. To administer (laws, for example).
  2. To give or deal out, especially in parts or portions:
  3. To prepare and give out (medicines, prescriptions, etc.)
To perform or carry out what is required by:
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  1. To perform or carry out what is required by:
  2. To sign a contract, will, or other legal document; to carry out a duty; to recover funds under a judgment; to put a criminal defendant to death. To sign a contract, will, or other legal document; to carry out a duty; to recover funds under a judgment; to put a criminal defendant to death.
  3. To perform; do:
To put to or adapt for a special use:
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  1. To put to or adapt for a special use:
  2. To bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to:
  3. To put to some practical or specific use
To administer (laws, for example).
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  1. To administer (laws, for example).
  2. To give or deal out, especially in parts or portions:
  3. To prepare and give out medicines.
To place in the hands of; pass:
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  1. To place in the hands of; pass:
  2. To accord or tender to another:
  3. To perform for an audience:
To behave in a specified way toward another or others; have transactions:
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  1. To behave in a specified way toward another or others; have transactions:
  2. To take action with respect to someone or something:
  3. To sell:
To give birth to:
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  1. To give birth to:
  2. To give or hand over; transfer
  3. To give birth.
To accord or tender to another:
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  1. To accord or tender to another:
  2. To place in the hands of; pass:
  3. To carry out (a physical movement):
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