he's been managing my affairs for yearslleva años encargándose de mis asuntos;hace años que lleva mis asuntos
there is a lack of confidence in the government's ability to manage the economywithin two years he was managing the storemost factories in the area are obsolete and badly managedhe manages a pop groupCarbitt manages a small business, a bicycle repair shothey employ someone to manage the farm - we don't see much of the owners down herein your new job you will manage a team of fiveyour skills at managing people will be particularly useful hereprofessors are notoriously difficult to managemanaging people depends for its ultimate success on the cooperation of the people being managedin a busy world, managing your time is increasingly importantJosh expects me to manage all the household expenses on very littlethe assumption that men are better at managing moneywe need someone with experience in managing local area networksMarion had attended to all social activities, at the same time managing the household and taking responsibility for the two childrenCarol raised children, managed her household, performed countless highly responsible roles
managed currencymoneda (f) controlada or dirigida
disruption of the laws of supply and demand through, for example, control of prices and wages, managed currencies
managed economyeconomía (f) planificada or dirigida
Macmillan failed to convert their party to the ideal of a managed economy that would remedy the imperfections of unrestrained competition
managed fundfondo (m) controlado or dirigido
Mercury Asset Management did well, with managed funds down just eight per cent to pounds 29.7bn, indicating underlying growth
you managed the situation very wellmanejaste muy bien la situación;can you manage the cases?¿puedes con las maletas?
thanks, I can manage them
he has no idea how to manage childrenno tiene ni idea de cómo manejar or controlar a los niños;he's clever at managing peoplese le da bien manejar a la gente
she was having difficulty managing her dogshe managed the horse expertlythe whole affair was managed very badly by the government
they've managed only one win this seasonsolo han conseguido una victoria esta temporada;can you manage two more in the car?¿te caben dos más en el coche?;can you manage eight o'clock?¿puedes estar para las ocho?;I can't manage Fridayel viernes no puedo
I shall manage itI could manage another cakeyou'll manage it next timeover the past 12 months the company has managed a 10 per cent improvementthis makes it ideal for those who can only manage a few hours in the morning or eveninghe managed a weak smilehe managed a few sentences about his visit to the prisonwith all the enthusiasm and optimism that you can manage
to manage to do sthlograr hacer algo;conseguir hacer algo
how did you manage to get it?
how did you manage not to spill it?¿cómo lograste or conseguiste no derramarlo?;he managed not to get his feet wetlogró or consiguió no mojarse los pies;he managed to annoy everybodyconsiguió irritar a todo el mundo
somehow he'd managed to persuade Kay to buy one for himI managed to pull myself up onto a wet, sloping ledge
£20 is all I can manage20 libras es todo lo que puedo dar or pagar
can you manage another cup?¿quieres otra taza?
I couldn't manage another mouthfulno podría comer ni un bocado más
£20 is the most I can manage20 libras es todo lo que puedo dar or pagar
the election was managedUS military officials may well be able to manage news in the sense of controlling the depth and detail of information in a way that's most favorablea candid Pentagon official announced a policy of managing the news
can you manage?(deal with situation)¿puedes arreglártelas?;(carry sth)¿puedes con eso?;thanks, I can managegracias, yo puedo
she manages well enoughhow do you manage?I am managing but I couldn't possibly give up workhow did your mother manage when your father left?I know you mean well but I can manage by myselfhow will you manage?
she manages on her pension/on £60 a weekse (las) arregla con la pensión/con 60 libras a la semana
to manage without sth/sb
I can manage without him
"do you need the car?" — "I can manage without it"—¿necesitas el coche? —me (las) puedo arreglar or apañar sin él;I don't know how we'd have managed without herno sé cómo nos (las) hubiéramos arreglado or apañado sin ella
she had managed perfectly well without medication for three yearsI could not have managed without the moneycan you manage without me, if Paul doesn't turn up?