1. To work in an administrative capacity; supervise; SYN. administrate.
2. Said of medications: to dispense, to distribute.
3. To administer ritually; said of church sacraments.
4. Direct the taking of
5. Give or apply (medications)
6. Administer or bestow, as in small portions
1. To carry farther; to advance, or help forward; to continue.
2. To manage, conduct, or prosecute.
3. To behave in a wild, rude, or inappropriate manner.
4. When you carry on, you continue as before, despite a difficult experience in your life.
1. To eliminate, as of bodily substances; SYN. expel, eject, release.
2. To pour forth or release; esp. of liquids.
3. To release from military service; SYN. muster out.
4. To remove the charge from.
5. To fire a weapon.
(Homonym: dew, due).
(Irregular preterit, past participle: did, done).
1. To perform or act; .
2. To carry on or manage; SYN. manage.
3. To create or design, often in a certain way; SYN. make.
4. To get (something) done; SYN. perform.
5. To proceed or get along; SYN. fare, make out, come, get along.
6. To travel or traverse (a distance).
7. A function word used to form questions.
8. A function word used, in the negative, to frame negative sentences.
1. To watch attentively.
2. To observe correctly; SYN. keep, maintain.
3. To conform one's action or practice to; of appointments, promises, conditions, etc.; SYN. keep.
4. To celebrate, as of holidays or rites; SYN. celebrate, keep.