[mah-nuh-kou] /ˈmɑ nəˌkaʊ/
a city on N North Island, in New Zealand.
a city in New Zealand, on Manukau Harbour (an inlet of the Tasman Sea) near Auckland on NW North Island. Pop: 326 200 (2004 est)
/man”yoo-la”ri-tee/ (“manual” + “granularity”) A notional measure of the manual labor required for some task, particularly one of the sort that automation is supposed to eliminate. “Composing English on paper has much higher manularity than using a text editor, especially in the revising stage.” Hackers tend to consider manularity a symptom of primitive methods; in […]
[man-yuh-mish-uh n] /ˌmæn yəˈmɪʃ ən/ noun 1. the act of . /ˌmænjʊˈmɪʃən/ noun 1. the act of freeing or the state of being freed from slavery, servitude, etc n. c.1400, from Old French manumission “freedom, emancipation,” and directly from Latin manumissionem (nominative manumissio) “freeing of a slave,” noun of action from past participle stem of […]
[man-yuh-mit] /ˌmæn yəˈmɪt/ verb (used with object), manumitted, manumitting. 1. to release from slavery or servitude. /ˌmænjʊˈmɪt/ verb -mits, -mitting, -mitted 1. (transitive) to free from slavery, servitude, etc; emancipate v. early 15c., from Latin manumittere “to release, set at liberty, emancipate,” literally “to send from one’s ‘hand’” (i.e. “control”); see manumission. Related: Manumitted; manumitting.
[muh-noo r, -nyoo r] /məˈnʊər, -ˈnyʊər/ noun 1. excrement, especially of animals, or other refuse used as fertilizer. 2. any natural or artificial substance for fertilizing the soil. verb (used with object), manured, manuring. 3. to treat (land) with fertilizing matter; apply manure to. /məˈnjʊə/ noun 1. animal excreta, usually with straw, used to fertilize […]