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1. administer


Sinonimi: administrate

1. To work in an administrative capacity; supervise; SYN. administrate.
2. Said of medications: to dispense, to distribute.
3. To administer ritually; said of church sacraments.
4. Direct the taking of
5. Give or apply (medications)
6. Administer or bestow, as in small portions

2. administrate


ETYM Latin administratus, p. p. of administrare.
To administer.
To govern, as through a bureaucracy.
Work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of

3. boss


1. To order people about; to act like a boss.
2. To ornament with bosses; to stud.

4. coact

glagolarhaično, zastarelo

To act together, as of organisms.

5. conduct


Sinonimi: carry out | carry on | deal | lead | direct | transmit | convey | carry | channel

1. To direct the course of; manage or control; SYN. carry out, carry on, deal.
2. To lead; SYN. lead, direct.
3. To transmit or serve as the medium for transmission, as of sounds or images; SYN. transmit, convey, carry, channel.

6. confirm


Sinonimi: corroborate | sustain | substantiate | support | affirm | reassert

1. To administer confirmation to; a church rite.
2. To accept the appointment of a person to a position.
3. To make more firm.
4. To strengthen or make more firm as by corroboration; SYN. corroborate, sustain, substantiate, support, affirm.
5. To strengthen or make more firm; SYN. reassert.

7. contain


Sinonimi: take | hold

1. To be capable of holding or containing; SYN. take, hold.
2. To be divisible by.

8. direct


Sinonimi: point

1. To be in charge of.
2. To command with authority.
3. To give directions to; point somebody into a certain direction; SYN. point.
4. To guide the actors in (plays and films).

9. drive


(Irregular preterit, past participle: drove, driven).
1. To operate a vehicle; To travel in a vehicle; SYN. motor, cruise, travel.
2. To push or propel.
3. To cause someone or something to move by driving.
4. To cause to function.
5. To cause to move rapidly by striking or throwing with force.
6. To compel or force or urge relentlessly or exert coercive pressure on.
7. To compel somebody to do something, often against his own will or judgment.
8. To have certain properties when driven; SYN. ride.
9. To hit (a ball) very hard and straight, as (in cricket) with the bat swinging more or less vertically.
10. To strike (the ball) with a driver, as in teeing off; in golf.
11. To move into a desired direction of discourse; SYN. get, aim.
12. To SYN. tool.
13. To search (an area) for game.
14. To excavate horizontally, in mining.
15. To chase (game) from cover into more open ground.

10. execute


Sinonimi: put to death

ETYM Latin exsequi to pursue to the end, to accomplish.
1. To carry out or accomplish according to a plan or design.
2. To carry out the legalities of.
3. To sign a legal document in the presence of witnesses.
4. To murder execution-style.
5. To kill as a legal means of punishment; SYN. put to death.

11. govern


Sinonimi: rule

1. To direct or strongly influence the behavior of.
2. To exercise authority over; as of nations; SYN. rule.

12. handle


Sinonimi: palm

1. To hold and move repeatedly.
2. To touch, lift, or hold with the hands; SYN. palm.

13. have the say


14. manage


Sinonimi: deal | care | handle

To be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; SYN. deal, care, handle.

15. mandar


16. manipulate


Sinonimi: control

1. To hold something in one's hands and move it.
2. To treat manually, in physiotherapy.
3. To influence or control shrewdly or deviously:
4. To influence skilfully to one's advantage; SYN. control.

17. master


Sinonimi: get the hang | control

1. To be or become completely proficient or skilled in; SYN. get the hang.
2. To have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of; SYN. control.

18. navigate


Sinonimi: pilot

1. To act as the navigator in a car, plane, or vessel; SYN. pilot.
2. To travel by boat, car, or plane.

19. officer


To direct or command as an officer.

20. pilot


1. To direct the course of a ship or airplane.
2. (Figuratively) To guide, as through dangers or difficulties.

21. police


1. To keep in order by police.
2. To keep in order, as if by police.
3. To make clean; to clean up

22. preside


Sinonimi: chair

1. To act as president:
2. To run a meeting (usually with); SYN. chair.
3. To occupy a position of featured instrumental performer — usually used with at

23. rein


Sinonimi: rein in | rein in

ETYM See Rein (n.).
(Homonym: rain, reign).
1. To stop or check by or as if by a pull at the reins; SYN. rein in.
2. To stop or slow up one's horse or oneself by or as if by pulling the reins; SYN. rein in.

24. rule


Sinonimi: find | decree | harness | rein

1. To decide on and make a declaration about; SYN. find.
2. To decide with authority; SYN. decree.
3. To have an affinity with; of signs of the zodiac.
4. To keep in check; SYN. harness, rein.
5. To mark or draw with a ruler; of margins.

25. sit at the stern


26. steer


1. To direct (oneself) somewhere
2. To direct the course; determine the direction of travelling;

27. superintend


To have or exercise the charge and oversight of; direct

28. sway


1. To be drawn to one side by weight or influence; to lean; to incline.
2. To move or swing from side to side; or backward and forward.
3. To have weight or influence; to use one's influence

29. work


Sinonimi: do work | put to work | operate | act | work on | process

1. To be employed; SYN. do work.
2. To cause to work; SYN. put to work.
3. To exert oneself by doing mental or physical work.
4. To ferment; SYN. operate.
5. To have a desired effect; do the trick; SYN. act.
6. To move in an agitated manner
7. To operate in a certain place, area, or specialty
8. To shape, form, or improve something:; SYN. work on, process.
9. To work one's way through a problem or task