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man·age·ment

 (măn′ĭj-mənt)
n.
1. The act, manner, or practice of managing; handling, supervision, or control: management of factory workers.
2. The person or persons who control or direct a business or other enterprise.
3. Skill in managing; executive ability.

management

(ˈmænɪdʒmənt)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the members of the executive or administration of an organization or business. See also line management, middle management, top management
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) managers or employers collectively
3. the technique, practice, or science of managing, controlling or dealing with: anger management.
4. the skilful or resourceful use of materials, time, etc
5. (Medicine) the specific treatment of a disease, disorder, etc

man•age•ment

(ˈmæn ɪdʒ mənt)

n.
1. the act or process of managing.
2. skill in managing; executive ability.
3. the persons controlling and directing an enterprise; executives.
4. such persons considered as a class (disting. from labor).
[1590–1600]
man`age•men′tal (-ˈmɛn tl) adj.

management

  • manage - Once a noun meaning "age at which one becomes a man."
  • sui juris - "Legally competent to manage one's own affairs."
  • agronomy - The management and husbandry of land.
  • improvement - Its early spelling was emprowement, meaning "profit, profitable use or management."
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.management - the act of managing somethingmanagement - the act of managing something; "he was given overall management of the program"; "is the direction of the economy a function of government?"
social control - control exerted (actively or passively) by group action
conducting - the direction of an orchestra or choir; "he does not use a baton for conducting"
database management - creation and maintenance of a database
finance - the management of money and credit and banking and investments
homemaking - the management of a household
misconduct - bad or dishonest management by persons supposed to act on another's behalf
mismanagement, misdirection - management that is careless or inefficient; "he accomplished little due to the mismanagement of his energies"
treatment, handling - the management of someone or something; "the handling of prisoners"; "the treatment of water sewage"; "the right to equal treatment in the criminal justice system"
superintendence, supervising, supervision, oversight - management by overseeing the performance or operation of a person or group
administration, disposal - a method of tending to or managing the affairs of a some group of people (especially the group's business affairs)
empowerment, authorisation, authorization - the act of conferring legality or sanction or formal warrant
disenfranchisement - the act of withdrawing certification or terminating a franchise
channelisation, channelization, canalisation, canalization - management through specified channels of communication
steering, guidance - the act of guiding or showing the way
2.management - those in charge of running a businessmanagement - those in charge of running a business
governance, governing body, organisation, administration, brass, establishment, organization - the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something; "he claims that the present administration is corrupt"; "the governance of an association is responsible to its members"; "he quickly became recognized as a member of the establishment"
board of directors, directorate - a group of persons chosen to govern the affairs of a corporation or other large institution
house - the management of a gambling house or casino; "the house gets a percentage of every bet"

management

noun
2. directors, board, executive(s), bosses (informal), administration, employers, directorate The management is doing its best to control the situation.

management

noun
1. Authoritative control over the affairs of others:
2. The careful guarding of an asset:
3. An act or instance of guiding:
Translations
إدارةإِدَارَةإدارَهالإدارَه، المُديرون
řízenívedenísprávamanagement
ledelsestyringdirektion
johtohallinto
upravljanje
menedzsmentügyintézésvezetõség
stjórnstjórnun, rekstur
経営陣
관리
manažment
poslovodenjeposlovodstvo
ledningstyrelse
คณะผู้บริหาร
ban quản lý

management

[ˈmænɪdʒmənt]
A. N
1. (= process) [of firm] → dirección f, administración f, gestión f
2. (= people) → directivos mpl; (= managing body) [of firm] → dirección f, gerencia f (Theat) → empresa f
"under new management"bajo nueva dirección
management and workersempresarios y trabajadores
almost always management is at faultcasi siempre lo que falla es la gestión
3. (= handling) [of situation] → manejo m
4. (Univ) (also management studies) → administración f de empresas
B. CPD management accounting Ncontabilidad f de gestión
management audit Nevaluación f administrativa or de gestión
management chart Norganigrama m de gestión
management committee Ncomité m directivo
management consultancy Nconsultoría f de gestión
management consultant Nconsultor(a) m/f en gestión de empresas
management fee Nhonorarios mpl de dirección
management review Nrevisión f de gestión (de la gerencia)
management services NPLservicios mpl de administración
management trainee Nejecutivo/a m/f en formación

management

[ˈmænɪdʒmənt] n
(= control) [company] → gestion f; [institution] → administration f
He's responsible for the management of the company → Il est responsable de la gestion de la société.
[economy] → gestion f
[time] → gestion f
[disease, condition, allergy] → gestion f
pain management → traitement m de la douleur
[stress, pressure] → gestion f anger management
(= managers) [business, firm] → cadres mpl supérieurs, dirigeants mpl
management and workers → les dirigeants et les travailleurs
[hotel, shop, theatre] → direction f
"under new management" → "changement de gérant", "changement de propriétaire"management accounting ncomptabilité f de gestionmanagement buyout nrachat m d'une entreprise par ses cadresmanagement committee ncomité m de gestionmanagement company nsociété f de gestionmanagement consultant nconseiller/ère m/f en gestion d'entreprisemanagement course nécole f de managementmanagement skills nplfacultés fpl d'encadrementmanagement style nméthodes fpl de gestionmanagement team n [company] → équipe f de direction
the firm's management team → la direction de l'entreprisemanagement training nstage m de management

management

n
(= act) (of company)Leitung f, → Führung f, → Management nt; (of non-commercial organization)Leitung f; (of estate, assets, money)Verwaltung f; (of affairs)Regelung f; crisis/time/people managementKrisen-/Zeit-/Personalmanagement nt; management by objectivesFühren ntdurch Zielvereinbarung
(= persons)Unternehmensleitung f; (of single unit or smaller factory)Betriebsleitung f; (non-commercial) → Leitung f; (Theat) → Intendanz f; “under new managementneuer Inhaber; (shop) → neu eröffnet; (pub) → „unter neuer Bewirtschaftung

management

:
management accounting
nKosten- und Leistungsrechnung f
management accounts
management buyout
n Aufkauf eines Unternehmens durch Mitglieder der Geschäftsleitung, → Management-Buy-out nt
management consultancy
management consultant
nUnternehmensberater(in) m(f)
management course
nManagerkurs m
management fee
nVerwaltungsgebühr f
management skills
management studies
management style
management team
nFührungsriege f

management

[ˈmænɪdʒmənt] n
a. (act) (see vb 1a) → direzione f, gestione f, amministrazione f
b. (persons, of business, firm) → dirigenti mpl, direzione f; (000, of hotel, shop, theatre) → direzione f
"under new management" → "nuova gestione"
management and workers → i dirigenti e i lavoratori

manage

(ˈmӕnidʒ) verb
1. to be in control or charge of. My lawyer manages all my legal affairs / money.
2. to be manager of. James manages the local football team.
3. to deal with, or control. She's good at managing people.
4. to be able to do something; to succeed or cope. Will you manage to repair your bicycle?; Can you manage (to eat) some more meat?
ˈmanageable adjective
(negative unmanageable).
1. that can be controlled. The children are not very manageable.
2. that can be done. Are you finding this work manageable?
ˌmanageaˈbility noun
ˈmanagement noun
1. the art of managing. The management of this company is a difficult task.
2. or noun plural the managers of a firm etc as a group. The management has/have agreed to pay the workers more.
ˈmanagerfeminine ˌmanageˈress noun
a person who is in charge of eg a business, football team etc. the manager of the new store.

management

إِدَارَة vedení ledelse Geschäftsleitung διοίκηση gestión johto gestion upravljanje direzione 経営陣 관리 management ledelse zarządzanie gerenciamento, gestão управление ledning คณะผู้บริหาร yönetim ban quản lý 管理

management

n manejo; pain — manejo del dolor
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