manual noun Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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manual

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmænjuəl/
a book that gives you practical instructions on how to do something or how to use something such as a machine: Read through the instruction manual before you start. We provide a training manual for all new staff.
on manual not being operated automatically: The heating system had been left on manual.
→  See also operations manual , service manual
Translations of “manual”
in Arabic كُتَيّب إرشادي…
in Korean 설명서…
in Malaysian papan nada…
in French clavier…
in Turkish el kitabı, kullanma kılavuzu…
in Italian manuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使用手冊, 說明書, 指南…
in Russian руководство, наставление…
in Polish podręcznik…
in Vietnamese phím đàn…
in Spanish teclado…
in Portuguese manual…
in Thai คีย์บอร์ดออร์แกน…
in German das Manual…
in Catalan manual…
in Japanese 取扱説明書, マニュアル…
in Indonesian tuts…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使用手册, 说明书, 指南…
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