managerial Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"managerial" in British English

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uk   /ˌmæn.əˈdʒɪə.ri.əl/  us   /-ˈdʒɪr.i-/
relating to a ​manager or ​management: managerialresponsibilities/​decisions/​skills
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"managerial" in Business English

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managerialadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /ˌmænəˈdʒɪəriəl/
MANAGEMENT, HR, WORKPLACE relating to ​managers or ​management: Those who want to ​move into a managerial ​position are ​offeredtraining and ​mentoring. Previous managerial ​experience will be ​required for this ​post. She has ​developedcriticaltechnical and managerial ​skills. His managerial ​style has been described as ​collaborative.
(Definition of managerial from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “managerial”
in Chinese (Simplified) 经理的, 管理的, 经营上的…
in Turkish idarî, yönetsel, yönetimsel…
in Russian управленческий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 經理的, 管理的, 經營上的…
in Polish kierowniczy…
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