[man-hat-n-ahyt, muh n-] /mænˈhæt nˌaɪt, mən-/
a native or inhabitant of the borough of .
noun 1. U.S. History. the unofficial designation for the U.S. War Department’s secret program, organized in 1942, to explore the isolation of radioactive isotopes and the production of an atomic bomb: initial research was conducted at Columbia University in Manhattan. noun 1. (during World War II) the code name for the secret US project set […]
- Manhattan side
noun phrase The right side of the bowling alley as one faces the pins [1940s+ Bowling; fr the location of Manhattan as one looks south along the East River]
[man-hel-per] /ˈmænˌhɛl pər/ noun 1. a long pole for holding a paintbrush, used in painting areas otherwise out of ordinary reach.
/ˈmænhɪə/ noun 1. Bill. born 1946, New Zealand poet and writer. His poetry collections include How to Take Off Your Clothes at the Picnic (1977), Zoetropes (1984), Sunshine (1996), and Lifted (2005)