Part of speech:
To adhere or conform to; keep:
To consider, as an example.
To carry out or fulfill the command, order, or instruction of.
To act as superintendent of; direct; supervise; manage
To watch over and manage; supervise; superintend
To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
(Archaic) To lead, or guide; to escort.
Supervise is to watch, direct and manage a task or someone's performance.
To follow out or carry out; do; perform; fulfill
To serve as a guide for; conduct.
Steer means to control the course of action and momentum of someone or something.
Regulate is defined as to control, direct or adjust.
To manage or control artfully or by shrewd use of influence, often in an unfair or fraudulent way
To dominate is defined as to have or take control, or to get all the attention.
To perform the duties and functions of an office or a position of authority.
To hold the position of authority; act as chairperson or president:
To aim, point, or turn in a certain direction:
To have a legal course; to be attached; to continue in force, effect, or operation; to follow; to go in company.
Operate is defined as to perform a function or medical procedure.
(By extension) to lead the offense
To prepare physically, as with a regimen:
To pay out, as from a fund; expend.
To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
To come to an agreement:
Command is defined as to give orders or exert authority over someone or something.
To control the speed or magnitude of; regulate:
(Informal) To order (a person) about; act bossy with
(Idiomatic, chiefly US) To make the decisions; to be in charge; to give orders.
To succeed in doing (a task, for example); carry out or complete.
To bring about; produce as a result; cause; accomplish
To keep to or stick to:
The definition of achieve means to accomplish a goal or to do something you set out to do.
To bring about, as by a scheme; manage
Succeed is defined as to accomplish a goal or to come next.
To suffer patiently without yielding.
Of upper-level administrative or managerial personnel or functions
That can be managed; controllable, tractable, contrivable, etc.
Of, like, or characteristic of a manager
Of or having to do with tactics, esp. in military or naval maneuvers
Devotion of time or attention to the improvement of (something)
(Theater) The director's plan for achieving certain effects, as of acting, lighting, etc.
A system of principles, promises, and rules ordained and administered; scheme; economy; as, the Patriarchal, Mosaic, and Christian dispensations.
Arrangement, positioning, or distribution:
The exercise of authority over a state, district, organization, institution, etc.; direction; control; rule; management
The act or practice of cultivating crops and breeding and raising livestock; agriculture.
The person or persons who control or direct a business or other enterprise.
The act or practice of manipulating.
To cover or provide with a cope or coping
To prepare and use (soil or land) for growing crops; till
To practice economy, as by avoiding waste or reducing expenditures.
To be in a specified condition or position; get on; go through an experience
(Informal) To get, arrange, or maneuver by cleverness, persuasion, etc., or esp. by craftiness, trickery, etc.
To make arrangements for, settle, or conclude (a business transaction, treaty, etc.)
To give an order or orders; request that something be done or supplied.
To have an influence over; guide
To prove deficient or lacking; perform ineffectively or inadequately:
To bungle; botch:
To consume, expend, or exhaust by use
To move along at a speed of
To make an effort to resist:
To succeed (often clumsily) despite being il-equipped or untrained.
In typing, to change from small letters, etc. to capitals, etc. by depressing a key (shift key)
To adjust to a requirement; regulate:
Another time; again:
To handle (a weapon or tool, for example) with skill and ease.
To direct, execute, or dispose of:
be successful; achieve a goal
To manipulate or change (statistics, accounts, etc.) for a selfish or dishonest purpose; falsify; juggle
To strive in debate or controversy; dispute
To struggle or try to cope (with)
To act in the role of mastermind.
To manage or plan skillfully or shrewdly; manipulate or scheme
The definition of instruct is to teach something or to tell someone how to do something.
Made of a plastic or plastics:
To manage economically; conserve
- Direct implies less supervision of actual details, but stresses the issuance of general orders or instructions to direct the construction of a dam
- Conduct implies supervising by using one's executive skill, knowledge, and wisdom to conduct a sales campaign
- Control implies firm direction by regulation or restraint and often connotes complete domination the school board controls the system
- Manage implies supervision that involves the personal handling of all details to manage a department
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