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English definition of “manager”

manager

noun [C]     /ˈmænɪdʒər/
MANAGEMENT, HR, WORKPLACE the person who is responsible for managing a company , store , etc., or a department of a company , etc.: effective/good/bad manager A sign of a good manager is knowing how to delegate . top / senior manager The project was run by a senior manager with considerable operational experience .assistant manager He had been the assistant manager of the local branch for several years and was looking for promotion .
→ See also account manager, bank manager, branch manager, business manager, category manager, co-manager, commercial manager, file manager, first-line manager, floor manager, fund manager, general manager, human resources manager, investment manager, lead manager, line manager, money manager, office manager, personal information manager, personnel manager, plant manager, portfolio manager, production manager, product line manager, product manager, project manager, property manager, research manager, rights manager, sales manager, trading manager, works manager
(Definition of manager noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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