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man·ag·er

 (măn′ĭ-jər)
n.
1. One who handles, controls, or directs, especially:
a. One who directs a business or other enterprise.
b. One who controls resources and expenditures, as of a household.
2. One who is in charge of the business affairs of an entertainer.
3. Sports
a. One who is in charge of the training and performance of an athlete or team.
b. A student who is in charge of the equipment and records of a school or college team.

man′ag·er·ship′ n.
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manager

(ˈmænɪdʒə)
n
1. (Professions) a person who directs or manages an organization, industry, shop, etc
2. (Professions) a person who controls the business affairs of an actor, entertainer, etc
3. (Professions) a person who controls the training of a sportsman or team
4. (General Sporting Terms) a person who controls the training of a sportsman or team
5. a person who has a talent for managing efficiently
6. (Professions) law a person appointed by a court to carry on a business during receivership
7. (Law) law a person appointed by a court to carry on a business during receivership
8. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a member of either House of Parliament appointed to arrange a matter in which both Houses are concerned
9. (Computer Science) a computer program that organizes a resource, such as a set of files or a database
ˈmanagerˌship n
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man•ag•er

(ˈmæn ɪ dʒər)

n.
1. a person who manages an enterprise or one of its parts.
2.
a. a person who directs the activities of an athlete or team.
b. a student in a high school or college who assists an athletic coach.
3. a person who oversees resources and expenditures, as of a household.
4. a person who manages another's career.
[1580–90]
man′ag•er•ship`, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.manager - someone who controls resources and expendituresmanager - someone who controls resources and expenditures
administrator, decision maker - someone who administers a business
bank manager - manager of a branch office of a bank
district manager - a manager who supervises the sales activity for a district
manageress - a woman manager
2.manager - (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a teammanager - (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
baseball coach, baseball manager - a coach of baseball players
basketball coach - a coach of basketball players
conditioner - a trainer of athletes
football coach - a coach of football players
hockey coach - a coach of hockey players
tennis coach - a coach of tennis players
trainer - one who trains other persons or animals
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manager

noun supervisor, head, director, executive, boss (informal), governor, administrator, conductor, controller, superintendent, gaffer (informal, chiefly Brit.), proprietor, organizer, comptroller, overseer, baas (S. African) a retired bank manager
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manager

noun
1. A person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization:
Informal: exec.
2. Someone who directs and supervises workers:
Informal: straw boss.
Slang: chief.
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Translations
manažermanažerkaředitelvedoucí
ledermanagerpromotortrænerdirektør
johtajajohtajatarmanageri
menadžermenadžerica
menedzservezetőigazgató
framkvæmdastjóri
女性経営者経営者
관리자여관리자
directorsef
manažér
direktor
chefdirektörkvinnlig chef
ผู้จัดการผู้จัดการหญิง
bà giám đốcngười quản lý

manager

[ˈmænɪdʒəʳ] N [of firm, bank, hotel] → director(a) m/f, gerente mf; [of estate] → administrador(a) m/f; [of football team] → director(a) m/f técnico/a; [of restaurant, shop] → encargado/a m/f; [of farm] → capataz(a) m/f, mayoral(a) m/f; [of actor, singer] → representante mf, mánager mf; [of boxer] → mánager mf
she's a good manageres buena administradora
see also sale B
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

manager

[ˈmænɪdʒər] n
[business] → directeur/trice m/f
[institution] → administrateur/trice m/f
[football team] → directeur/trice m/f sportif/ive
(in company)responsable mf
[department, unit] → responsable mf, chef m
[hotel] → gérant(e) m/f
[artist] → impresario mf
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

manager

n (Comm etc) → Geschäftsführer(in) m(f), → Manager(in) m(f); (of restaurant)Geschäftsführer(in) m(f); (of smaller firm or factory)Betriebsleiter(in) m(f); (of bank, chain store)Filialleiter(in) m(f); (of department)Abteilungsleiter(in) m(f); (of estate etc)Verwalter(in) m(f); (Theat) → Intendant(in) m(f); (of hotel)Direktor(in) m(f); (of pop group, boxer etc)Manager(in) m(f); (of team)Trainer(in) m(f); sales managerVerkaufsleiter(in) m(f); publicity managerWerbeleiter(in) m(f); business manager (for theatre) → Verwaltungsdirektor(in) m(f); (of pop star etc)Manager(in) m(f)
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

manager

[ˈmænɪdʒəʳ] n (gen) → direttore m; (of shop, restaurant) → gestore m, gerente m; (of football team, pop star, artiste) → manager m inv; (of estate) → amministratore m
sales manager → direttore m delle vendite
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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.
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manager

مُدِير, مُدِيرَة manažer, manažerka leder Betriebsleiter, Betriebsleiterin διευθυντής, διευθύντρια encargada, gerente johtaja, johtajatar gérant, gérante menadžer, menadžerica direttore, direttrice 女性経営者, 経営者 관리자, 여관리자 cheffin, manager kvinnelig leder, leder kierowniczka, kierownik administradora, gerente заведующая, управляющий chef, kvinnlig chef ผู้จัดการ, ผู้จัดการหญิง müdür bà giám đốc, người quản lý 女经理, 经理
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manager

n. administrador-a, gerente-a.
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