manage verb (SUCCEED) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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manage

verb (SUCCEED)
成功
 
 
/ˈmæn.ɪdʒ/
[I or T] to succeed in doing something, especially something difficult
成功做到,胜利完成(尤指困难之事)
[+ to infinitive] Did you manage to get any bread?
你搞到面包了吗?
I only just managed to finish on time.
我勉强按时完成。
A small dog had somehow managed to survive the fire.
一只小狗在火灾中侥幸逃生。
I can't manage all this work on my own.
我自己一人无法完成全部工作。
Don't worry about us - we'll manage!
别担心我们——我们能应付!
Can you manage dinner on Saturday (= Will you be able to come to dinner)?
你星期六能来吃晚饭吗?
mainly UK I'm afraid I can't manage the time (= I'm too busy) to see you at the moment.
我现在恐怕抽不出时间去见你。
Coping and not copingDealing with things or peopleTolerating and enduringSucceeding, achieving and fulfilling
[I] to succeed in living on a small amount of money
勉强生活下去,勉强度日
After she lost her job, they had to manage on his salary.
她失业后,他们不得不靠他的薪水勉强过日子。
Budgeting and saving money
(Definition of manage verb (SUCCEED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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