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manner

noun [no plural]   /ˈmæn·ər/
the way something happens or something is done manera They dealt with the problem in a very efficient manner.
the way in which a person talks and behaves with other people manera de ser She has a very friendly manner.
manners [plural]
ways of behaving with other people modales It is bad manners to be late.
(Definition of manner from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

manner

noun /ˈmӕnə/
a way in which anything is done etc manera, forma She greeted me in a friendly manner.
the way in which a person behaves, speaks etc actitud, modo de comportarse I don’t like her manner.
(in plural ) (polite) behaviour/behavior, usually towards others modales Why doesn’t she teach her children (good) manners?
-mannered
having, or showing, manners of a certain kind educado a well-/bad-mannered person.
mannerism noun
an odd and obvious habit in a person’s behaviour, speech etc peculiaridad He scratches his ear when he talks and has other mannerisms.
all manner of
all kinds of toda clase de He has all manner of problems.
in a manner of speaking
in a certain way por decirlo así I suppose, in a manner of speaking, I am an engineer.
(Definition of manner from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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