Definition of 'manageress'
Example sentences containing 'manageress'
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Once it was on, even the manageress of the shop had come to admire the effect. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)The assistant manageress sat with two clients at her windowside desk, a portrait of the President behind her. WHITE LIES (2002)The manageress -- `I'm Mrs Goldman, dear" -- sat behind a table desk covered entirely by invoices, letters, brochures and fabric samples. THE GOLDEN LION (2002)
Trends of 'manageress'
Used Rarely. manageress is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'manageress'
British English: manageress /ˌmænɪdʒəˈrɛs; ˈmænɪdʒəˌrɛs/ NOUN
The manageress of a shop, restaurant, or other small business is the woman who is responsible for running it.
- American English: manager
- Arabic: مُدِيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: administradora
- Chinese: 女经理
- Croatian: menadžerica
- Czech: manažerka
- Danish: leder
- Dutch: cheffin
- European Spanish: encargada
- Finnish: johtajatar
- French: gérante
- German: Betriebsleiterin
- Greek: διευθύντρια
- Italian: direttrice
- Japanese: 女性経営者
- Korean: 여관리자
- Norwegian: kvinnelig leder
- Polish: kierowniczka
- European Portuguese: gerente
- Romanian: administratoare
- Russian: заведующая
- Spanish: encargada
- Swedish: kvinnlig chef
- Thai: ผู้จัดการหญิง
- Turkish: müdür kadın
- Ukrainian: жінка-керівник
- Vietnamese: bà giám đốc
Definition of manageress from the Collins English Dictionary
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