Synonyms of 'handle'
I don't know if I can handle the job.
2 deal with
She handled travel arrangements for the press corps.
One report said the aircraft would become difficult to handle.
He now controls the largest retail development empire in southern California.
Her daughter couldn't manage the horse.
He will direct day-to-day operations.
Until his death he owned and operated a huge company.
He guided his plane down the runway and took off.
Officials used loud-hailers to call for calm.
What is it like to steer a ship of this size?
He's a very difficult character. He manipulates people.
We attempted to manoeuvre the canoe closer to him.
He was attacked by an assailant wielding a kitchen knife.
Be careful when handling young animals.
5 deal in
Japanese dealers won't handle US cars.
I think we should handle the story very sensitively.
idiom:fly off the handle
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If someone administers something such as a country, the law, or a test, they take responsibility for organizing and supervising it.
Next summer's exams will be straightforward to administer.
Thesaurus for handle from the Collins English Thesaurus
A handle is a small round object or a lever that is attached to a door and is used for opening and closing it.