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British English: manipulate /məˈnɪpjʊˌleɪt/ VERB
If you say that someone manipulates people or events, you disapprove of them because they control or influence them to produce a particular result.
She manipulated Terry into giving her a job.
- American English: manipulate
- Arabic: يَتَلَاعَبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: manipular
- Chinese: 操纵
- Croatian: manipulirati
- Czech: manipulovat
- Danish: manipulere
- Dutch: manipuleren
- European Spanish: manipular
- Finnish: manipuloida
- French: manipuler
- German: manipulieren
- Greek: χειρίζομαι επιδέξια
- Italian: manipolare
- Japanese: 巧みに扱う
- Korean: 조종하다
- Norwegian: håndtere
- Polish: zmanipulować
- European Portuguese: manipular
- Romanian: a manipula
- Russian: манипулировать
- Spanish: manipular
- Swedish: manipulera
- Thai: ชักใย
- Turkish: idare etmek
- Ukrainian: маніпулювати
- Vietnamese: thao túng
Definition of manipulate from the Collins English Dictionary
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