Manage [verb]

Definition of Manage:

be in charge, control

Opposite/Antonyms of Manage:

Sentence/Example of Manage:

It’s not clear why Clubhouse doesn’t have better options for users to manage their privacy or more information for users about how their data might be used or linked to them.

Highs only manage to reach the upper 20s to low 30s, followed by overnight lows in the mid- to upper 20s.

Of course, if you continue to produce winning content and earn quality backlinks, you’ll manage to break into the first search page.

These malfunctions have pushed vaccinators to switch to simpler methods of managing distribution.

Zeta co-founder Aditi Shekar has spent the past three years tracking the ways couples share and manage their finances, from each card swipe to every split bill.

So we got Monte Carlo co-founder and CEO Barr Moses on a call to explain both her company’s space, and how it managed to attract so much more capital so quickly.

Homa Belly is an SDK that helps you iterate and manage your game.

Only eight Super Bowls managed to be as bad or worse in both categories, making this one of the least enjoyable title games for fans without a rooting interest.

Albert Maalouf manages 10 officers in his role as police chief for the affluent Bergen County suburb of Harrington Park.

The Chiefs managed only a field goal in the first quarter and they look out of sync on offense so far.