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of Operate


applied, employed, practical, practiced, used, useful, utilitarian, utilized, Exerted, Served, conducted, Exercised, functioned.
accomplished, contrived, conveyed, determined, directed, driven, enforced, executed, finished, fulfilled, governed, guided, handled, maintained, moved, ordered, practiced, regulated, revolved, run, supervised, sustained, turned, used, Achieved, Administered, Managed, Manipulated, Negotiated, Performed, Served, Transacted, Transported, Wielded, Worked, Promoted, Superintended.
accomplished, bent, brought about, contrived, conveyed, determined, directed, driven, enforced, finished, fulfilled, governed, guided, handled, maintained, ordered, regulated, revolved, run, supervised, sustained, turned, Achieved, Administered, Managed, Manipulated, Negotiated, Transported, Wielded, Promoted, Spun, Superintended, put into effect, carried on.
appear, begin, carry, carry out, comport, consummate, cook, create, develop, enact, execute, function, go about, intrude, labor, officiate, operate, perform, perpetrate, persevere, persist, practice, preside, pursue, respond, seem, strike, take effect, take on, take part, undertake, work out, take up, knock off, go for broke, carry oneself, go in for, make progress, go for it, do a number, do one's thing, get in there, give the appearance, go that route, go to town, impress as, play part, represent oneself, take steps, transort, percolate*, perk*.
conducted, done, executed, labored, moved, Acted, Appeared, Behaved, Did, Endeavored, Exercised, Officiated, Performed, Perpetrated, Transacted, Worked, Comported, reacted, functioned.
effected, implemented.
carry on
engage in.
accompany, attend, call the tune, chair, chaperon, control, engineer, escort, govern, guide, head, lead, manage, order, organize, oversee, regulate, ride herd on, rule, shepherd, supervise, usher, preside over, trailblaze, wield baton, carry on*.
angle, cabal, cogitate, collude, conspire, cook up, devise, diddle, finagle, frame, intrigue, machinate, wangle, wire, frame up, be in cahoots with, work hand in glove.
accomplish, achieve, act, act on, administer, advance, amputate, behave, bend, benefit, bring about, burn, call the shots, carry on, carve up, command, compel, complete, concern, conduct, contact, contrive, convey, cut, determine, direct, drive, enforce, engage, excise, exert, explore, finish, fulfill, go, handle, hum, influence, keep, lift, maneuver, manipulate, move, open up, ordain, percolate, pilot, play, ply, proceed, produce, progress, promote, react, remove, revolve, roll, serve, set, spin, steer, take, tick, transplant, transport, treat, turn, wield, work, DO, run things, be in action, be in charge, be in driver's seat, be in saddle, call the play, call the signals, get results, hold the reins, make go, produce a result, pull the strings, pull the wires, run the show, sit on top of, hit*, cook*, click*.
Examples of usage:
  1. He glanced round the walls of the gallery, and here and there a canvas due to one hand or another that had co- operated in the rival scheme came to his view. – Under the Skylights by Henry Blake Fuller
  2. This offer I received with thankfulness, and it operated as a new encouragement to me to proceed. – The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament (1808), Vol. I by Thomas Clarkson
  3. But a look might have operated this miracle. – The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, Volume VI. Being the Historic Memoirs of the Court of Louis XIV. by Madame La Marquise De Montespan
  4. Mrs. Beale's own operated, it appeared, with regularity and frequency; for it was almost every day or two that she was able to bring Maisie a message and to take one back. – What Maisie Knew by Henry James
  5. If he were able to bear it he ought to be operated upon; but there isn't one chance in a hundred he'd survive an operation at present. – Mrs. Red Pepper by Grace S. Richmond