-age

to do something

Usage

  • envisage

    When you envisage something, you imagine or consider its future possibility.

  • disparage

    If you disparage someone or something, you say unpleasant words that show you have no respect for that person or thing.

  • pillage

    If soldiers pillage a place, such as a town or museum, they steal a lot of things and damage it using violent methods.

  • homage

    When you pay homage to another person, you show them great admiration or respect; you might even worship them.

  • ravage

    When you ravage something, you completely destroy, wreck, or damage it.

  • persiflage

    Persiflage is light-hearted, good-natured, and teasing chat or writing.

  • heritage

    Your heritage includes the conditions, customs, and social standing that you were born with and are part of your everyday life.

  • advantage

    An advantage is something that makes someone more likely to succeed than a person who doesn’t have it.

  • manage

    When you manage to do something, you are able to do it even though it is difficult.

  • bandage

    wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose

  • camouflage

    disguise by camouflaging

  • discourage

    try to prevent

  • massage

    manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes

  • micromanage

    to manage every small detail of a project

  • package

    put into a box

  • rampage

    act violently, recklessly, or destructively

  • salvage

    save from ruin, destruction, or harm

  • voyage

    travel on water propelled by wind or by other means

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