(v.) = handle ; manage ; manipulate ; wield ; find + Posesivo + way (a)round/through + Complemento. Ex: An author's name is usually shorter than a title, and thus is arguably easier to handle and remember. Ex: In the same way, files of item record cards can be difficult to manage if the file size exceeds, say, 2000 cards. Ex: Different stores offer access to distinct types of information or data and permit the information to be manipulated to varying extents. Ex: Not so long ago, books in British Libraries were always issued by a Library Assistant wielding a rubber date stamp and storing cards in trays. Ex: Those familiar with conventional lists of subject headings will have no difficulty in finding their way around a typical thesaurus. ---- * acostumbrarse a manejar Algo = get + the hang of. * aprender a manejar Algo = get + the hang of. * capacidad de manejar la información = information handling. * difícil de manejar = clumsy ; unwieldy. * manejar a Alguien a + Posesivo + antojo = have + Nombre + eating out of + Posesivo + hand. * manejar con cuidado = handle + Nombre + with caution. * manejar con una horca = pitchfork. * manejar descuidadamente = toss about. * manejar indebidamente = tamper (with). * manejar mal = mishandle. * volver a manejar = rehandle. (v.) = drive ; drive along. Ex: Tomás Hernández drove cautiously in the torrential rain, trying not to swerve on the slick pavement of the turnpike. Ex: A motorist who drove along 20ft of a railway line told police officers his sat nav had directed him to turn on to the track.