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manner

noun [U]  us   /ˈmæn·ər/

manner noun [U] (WAY)

the way in which something is done: Please exit the building in an orderly manner.

manner noun [U] (BEHAVIOR)

the usual way in which you behave toward other people, or the way you behave on a particular occasion: His manner was formal, though friendly. She had a warm smile and an engaging manner.
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