[man-i-jer] /ˈmæn ɪ dʒər/
a person who has control or direction of an institution, business, etc., or of a part, division, or phase of it.
a person who :
the manager of our track team.
a person who controls and manipulates resources and expenditures, as of a household.
British. (formerly) a theatrical producer.
a person who directs or manages an organization, industry, shop, etc
a person who controls the business affairs of an actor, entertainer, etc
a person who controls the training of a sportsman or team
a person who has a talent for managing efficiently
(law) a person appointed by a court to carry on a business during receivership
(in Britain) a member of either House of Parliament appointed to arrange a matter in which both Houses are concerned
a computer program that organizes a resource, such as a set of files or a database
1580s, “one who manages,” agent noun from manage. Specific sense of “one who conducts a house of business or public institution” is from 1705.
- Manager of business applications
job A person who plans and oversees multiple projects and project managers. He works with the CIO and senior management to determine systems development strategy and standards. He administers the department budget and reviews project managers. (2004-03-18)
n. “domestic administration” (obsolete), 1630s, from manager + -y (1); or perhaps from manage + -ery.
- Manage up
verb (intransitive, adverb) 1. (informal) to build a successful working relationship with a superior, manager, or employer
[man-ij] /ˈmæn ɪdʒ/ verb (used with object), managed, managing. 1. to bring about or succeed in accomplishing, sometimes despite difficulty or hardship: She managed to see the governor. How does she manage it on such a small income? 2. to take charge or care of: to manage my investments. 3. to dominate or influence (a […]