Definition of 'manager'
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He is an unbelievable manager and a person. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The inquiry could not force managers to disclose bank accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Team managers or coaches no longer decide if a player continues. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are a lot of managers and coaches who don't get back in. The Sun (2017)He's a great manager and fantastic person. The Sun (2016)Also: the moment your bank manager catches up with you. Times, Sunday Times (2017)As a cross between cheerleader and team manager, you can turn a group of friends into a winning unit. The Sun (2016)A touchline ban does not stop a manager contacting his coaches - but a stadium ban does. The Sun (2017)Not all business managers need an MBA, although it helps. Computing (2010)While the IT industry is awash with cloud hype, business managers have yet to get their head around the concept. Computing (2010)This sends an instant text and picture message to the shop manager. The Sun (2010)One day people will recognise me as both a coach and a manager. The Sun (2007)Two in five senior managers and business owners have made conference calls behind the wheel. The Sun (2014)The outlook for the insurance industry and asset managers is mixed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What are the options for the responsible manager? Times, Sunday Times (2006)The firm bucks the trend of more supervisors reporting disruptive individuals than team members or senior managers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This book therefore focuses on the manager as a person. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)This demand requires new thinking and new action on the part of the managers. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)When a manager picks a team he answers to only one imperative. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They have a bank manager who knows who they are and remembers their affairs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is one of the great coaches and managers in the history of football. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Was this the action of a responsible manager? The Sun (2010)Another reason for appointing one person as system manager is confidentiality. Christianity Today (2000)Is the manager part of the problem? Times, Sunday Times (2015)And disgruntled fans questioned the manager and members of the board on where all the money was going. The Sun (2014) Industry managers themselves largely took it for granted that their perennially domestic orientation had left them asleep at the switch. The Constraints of Corporate Tradition (1987)This is a crucial week for the Arsenal manager. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Managers want to see graphs on screen that give an up-to-the-minute snapshot of the business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'manager'
British English: manager /ˈmænɪdʒə/ NOUN
A manager is the person responsible for running part of or the whole of a business organization.
The chef, staff, and managers are all locals.
- American English: manager
- Arabic: مُدِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: gerente
- Chinese: 经理
- Croatian: menadžer
- Czech: manažer
- Danish: leder
- Dutch: manager
- European Spanish: gerente
- Finnish: johtaja yhtiön tms.
- French: gérant
- German: Betriebsleiter
- Greek: διευθυντής
- Italian: direttore
- Japanese: 経営者
- Korean: 관리자
- Norwegian: leder
- Polish: kierownik
- European Portuguese: gerente
- Romanian: administrator
- Russian: управляющий
- Spanish: gerente
- Swedish: chef
- Thai: ผู้จัดการ
- Turkish: müdür
- Ukrainian: керівник
- Vietnamese: người quản lý
Definition of manager from the Collins English Dictionary
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