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Run The Show

Pronunciation of Run The Show
/ɹˈʌn ðə ʃˈə͡ʊ/, /ɹˈʌn ðə ʃˈə‍ʊ/, /ɹ_ˈʌ_n ð_ə ʃ_ˈəʊ/

Synonyms for run the show:

administer (verb)

administrate, boss, carry out, conduct, control, direct, execute, govern, head, head up, oversee, render, ride herd on, run, superintend, supervise, crack the whip, be in the driver's seat, be in the saddle, hold the reins, pull the strings, pull the wires, sit on top of.

call the shots (verb)

call the tune, wear the trousers, be in control, make the decisions, make the rules.

control (verb)

administer, advise, bully, call, command, discipline, dominate, domineer, guide, handle, instruct, lead, manage, manipulate, overlook, pilot, predominate, quarterback, regiment, regulate, rule, steer, subject, subjugate, deal with, reign over, hold sway over, run things, be in saddle, call the signals, hold purse strings, push buttons.

direct (verb)

call the shots, carry on, dispose, influence, keep, operate, ordain, shepherd, preside over, control the affairs of, have the say, take the reins.

dominate (verb)

dictate, eclipse, lead by the nose, monopolize, outshine, overbear, overrule, overshadow, preponderate, prevail, reign, sway, tyrannize, Superabound, detract from, prevail over, play first fiddle, rule the roost, lay down the law, have one's way, have upper hand, keep under thumb.

domineer (verb)

bend, bluster, boss around, browbeat, bulldoze, hector, intimidate, kick around, menace, swagger, threaten, Henpeck, in the driver's seat, push the buttons, throw weight around.

manage (verb)

advocate, captain, care for, concert, counsel, designate, disburse, engineer, maintain, minister, officiate, ply, preside, request, take over, train, use, watch, watch over, wield, engage in, call upon, take care of, hold down, take the helm.

operate (verb)

drive, maneuver, play, work, be in charge, be in driver's seat, call the play, make go.

order about (verb)

master, keep under one's thumb.

oversee (verb)

baby-sit, chaperon, eye, herd, inspect, look after, skipper, survey, keep one's eye on.

preponderate (verb)

reign supreme.

preside (verb)

chair, do the honors, be at the head of.

reign (verb)

helm, hold sway, obtain, occupy, sit, be in power, wear the crown, be supreme, hold power.

rule (verb)

bridle, curb, decree, order, restrain, be in authority.

supervise (verb)

keep an eye on, be on duty, be responsible for.

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