Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Manage"

The meaning of "Manage" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does How he managed to find us is beyond me. mean?
A: It means "I have no idea how he found us".

When something is "beyond me", it means I cannot understand it or I dont know anything about it.
Q: What does still managed mean?
A: 難しいことがあっても勝ちました
厳しい・難しい状態があっても彼はなんとうか成長しました。
Q: What does manage to mean?
A: Is able to. E.g. "He managed to translate the book." = "He was able to translate the book." "Will you manage to complete your homework on time?" = "Will you be able to complete your homework on time?"
Q: What does manage to mean?
A: It means something was tough to do, or you struggled to do it.
"I managed to finish my homework."
"I managed to catch the bus."

Example sentences using "Manage"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "manage to".
A: I can't manage to get a job out of the country.
Q: Please show me example sentences with manage.
A:

Life is harder to manage when you have children.
If I manage to have time, I will visit my parents.
I never have any money because I find it hard to manage.
Q: Please show me example sentences with manage to.
A: Did you manage to get a hold of your mother?
Did you manage to finish your assignment in time?
I managed to finish my assignment in time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with manage.
A: “Manage to” means you were able to do it. It means you got something done. Usually say it when the task you completed was hard. Example:

Walking to school is hard, but I “manage to” do it everyday.
Q: Please show me example sentences with managed to.
A: 'He managed to get his bills paid on time.' 'I managed to finish my homework.' 'How did they manage that?'

Synonyms of "Manage" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between manage and deal with and cope with ?
A: All of these answers depends on the context. I will give the best examples I can:

I am managing a big project for work this year. (Formal)

Every time my roommate brings home friends I have to deal with the loud noise they make. (Annoying)

It is hard to cope with the death of my mother. (Very serious)

Q: What is the difference between can and manage ?
A: Can - physical ability to do something, sometimes a skill.

Example: I can swim.
He can go to the supermarket later.

Manage - to cope with some tasks.

Example: Jane managed to cook an apple pie and it was superb.
I managed to write a letter in English.
Q: What is the difference between manage and operate ?
A: Manage means to be in charge of, run, and be IN control of something.

Operate means TO control, handle, to use, preform a task.

"I like managing my money"
"I work as a heavy equipment operator"
Q: What is the difference between manage to and sucess to ?
A: You wouldn't really use either one. If you passed an exam you might say "I was successful on my exam." I supposed you could also say
"I managed to pass my exam." This implies that the exam was hard and you might have had trouble passing it.
Q: What is the difference between he can manage to convince her. and he can convince her ?
A: "He manages to convince her" -> she might have not agreed at first but he was able to convince her. The word "manage" shows that convincing her was a bit hard.
"He can convince her" -> He is able to convince her.

Translations of "Manage"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? manage
A: Man-i-j
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i will manage
A: @snac666
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? managed
A: @alexdealmeida
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? manage
A: KK [ˋmænɪdʒ] DJ [ˋmænidʒ]

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Q: Please show me how to pronounce But all he managed to do was.
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Q: I've barely managed to live since I broke. Does this sound natural?
A: It should say "I've barely managed to live since I'm broke." Don't forget to add the verb 'am'. Other than that, it's excellent! :)
Q: I finally managed to be able to speak a little English recently. Does this sound natural?
A: Recently, I have been able to speak a little English

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