managed


managed
(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [Trained]
Syn. handled, guided, persuaded, influenced, driven, counseled, urged, taught, instructed, coached, groomed*, primed*, shined up*, tuned up*, trained fine*, given a workout*; see also educated 1 , trained .
Ant. wild*, undisciplined, uneducated.
2. [Governed]
Syn. ruled, controlled, dominated, commanded, directed, swayed, mastered, run, regulated, ordered, compelled, supervised, piloted, cared for, taken care of; see also governed 1 , 2 .
Ant. ungoverned, free*, unsupervised.

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