Definition of 'manners'
Example sentences containing 'manners'
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I would never want you to suck up to him, but good manners never hurt. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)He bowed slightly, the familiarity of instilled manners providing him with a space to gather himself. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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Translations for 'manners'
British English: manners /ˈmænəz/ NOUN
If someone has good manners, they are polite and observe social customs. If someone has bad manners, they are impolite and do not observe these customs.
He dressed well and had impeccable manners.
- American English: manners
- Arabic: سُلُوك
- Brazilian Portuguese: bons modos
- Chinese: 风度
- Croatian: manire
- Czech: chování
- Danish: manerer
- Dutch: manieren
- European Spanish: modales
- Finnish: tavat
- French: manières
- German: Manieren
- Greek: τρόποι συμπεριφορά
- Italian: maniere
- Japanese: 行儀
- Korean: 관습
- Norwegian: manerer
- Polish: maniery
- European Portuguese: boas maneiras
- Romanian: maniere
- Russian: манеры
- Spanish: modales
- Swedish: hyfs
- Thai: มรรยาท
- Turkish: görgü
- Ukrainian: манери
- Vietnamese: cách cư xử
Definition of manners from the Collins English Dictionary
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