Online Google Dictionary

manipulation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage Collins Definition
  1. exerting shrewd or devious influence especially for one's own advantage; "his manipulation of his friends was scandalous"
  2. handling: the action of touching with the hands (or the skillful use of the hands) or by the use of mechanical means
  3. (manipulate) influence or control shrewdly or deviously; "He manipulated public opinion in his favor"
  4. (manipulate) hold something in one's hands and move it
  5. (manipulate) fudge: tamper, with the purpose of deception; "Fudge the figures"; "cook the books"; "falsify the data"
  6. rig: manipulate in a fraudulent manner; "rig prices"
  7. Manipulated is a remix album by Gravity Kills, released by TVT Records.
  8. The practice of manipulating or the state of being manipulated; The skillful use of the hands in, for example, chiropractic; The devious management of some situation, especially for one’s own advantage; The usage of psychological influence over a person or situation to gain a positive outcome
  9. (manipulate) To move, arrange or operate something using the hands; To influence, manage, direct, control or tamper with something; To handle and move a body part, either as an examination or for a therapeutic purpose
  10. (manipulative) A manipulable object designed to demonstrate a mathematical concept; Tending to manipulate others; Reaching one's goals at the expense of other people by using them
  11. (Manipulations) The act of transacting in the securities of a company that will have or is likely to have the effect of raising or lowering or maintaining the price of the company's securities on a stock market, with the intention of inducing other persons to purchase or subscribe for the ...
  12. (Manipulations) ballet. 1963 (Que City 1964). Tape. 4-ACM 35 (CD)
  13. (Manipulate) To change a photograph either by a computer program, optical processes or by skilled hand.
  14. (Manipulate) take apart, put together, and change one part of a word for another
  15. (manipulate) To copy, move, rotate, scale, mirror, or delete an element or group of elements.
  16. (manipulate) v.  control or handle with skill
  17. (MANIPULATING) Managing skillfully especially with the intent to deceive.
  18. (Manipulating) Adding, exchanging, deleting, or transposing phonemes (sounds) to form new words
  19. (Manipulative) An item that may be used or referenced to complete an assessment.
  20. (Manipulative) Hands-on tools to teach an academic topic, such as math, to students. They can also be used in a testing environment to have a test taker display how a task is performed or what an answer is by physically manuevering an object to create the desired answer.
  21. (manipulative) A digital object that may be handled, re-shaped and used in the design of a larger object or to achieve a particular aim
  22. (manipulative) Any physical object (e.g., blocks, toothpicks, coins) that can be used to represent or model a problem situation or develop a mathematical concept.
  23. (manipulative) trying to get people to do what you want, by influencing or deceiving them: "She's very manipulative when she wants something."
  24. The forceful passive movement of a joint beyond its active limit of motion. It does not imply the use of precision, specificity or the correction of nerve interference. Therefore, it is not synonymous with chiropractic adjustment.
  25. An illegal operation. Buying or selling a security for the purpose of creating false or misleading appearance of active trading or for the purpose of raising or depressing the price to induce purchase or sale by others.