manager

ˈmænɪdʒə

Перевод:

Noun: менеджер руководитель управляющий директор

Фразы:

hotel manager - управляющий гостиницей

service manager - менеджер по обслуживанию

business manager - управляющий делами, коммерческий директор

brand manager - менеджер, продвигающий товар на рынок

engineering manager - технический руководитель

economic manager - хозяйственник

functional manager - функциональный руководитель

administrative manager - директор-распорядитель

incompetent manager - некомпетентный менеджер

investment manager - сотрудник банка, ведающий инвестициями

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Примеры:

He will make a good manager. - Из него выйдет хороший хозяин.

I demand to see the manager. - Я хочу видеть управляющего.

He was appointed manager. - Его назначили управляющим.

The manager spoke to the men. - Управляющий поговорил с работниками.

The guest asked for the manager. - Гость попросил позвать управляющего.

He was appointed deputy manager. - Он был назначен заместителем управляющего.

She demanded to see the manager. - Она потребовала встречи с директором.

I went and spoke to the manager. - Я пошёл и поговорил с управляющим.

She rose to the level of manager. - Она поднялась до уровня управляющего.

a night manager at the supermarket - ночной менеджер в супермаркете

Helen was promoted to senior manager. - Хелен повысили до старшего менеджера.

A good manager knows when to delegate. - Хороший руководитель знает, когда нужно делегировать полномочия.

It was a mistake to appoint him manager. - Ошибкой было назначить его управляющим.

They referred me to the manager. - Меня отослали к управляющему.

The manager raged at the umpire. - Тренер яростно обрушился на судью.

an assistant to the store manager - помощник директора магазина

I'll ring the manager up tomorrow. - Я позвоню менеджеру завтра.

He was promoted to manager last year. - В прошлом году его повысили до заведующего.

The manager shuffled the batting order. - Тренер перетасовал порядок выхода на биту. (о бейсболе)

The actress recently fired her manager. - Недавно эта актриса уволила своего администратора.

The manager admitted him to the theater. - Администратор пропустил его в театр.

I'd like to speak to the manager, please. - Я бы хотел поговорить с директором, пожалуйста.

He menaced the bank manager with a stick. - Он пригрозил управляющему банка палкой.

All booking is done by the band's manager. - Всё бронирование осуществляется администратором группы.

She decided to contact the manager direct. - Она решила связаться напрямую с директором.

The manager escorted him off the premises. - Администратор выпроводил его за пределы помещения.

The manager led the way through the office. - Менеджер пошёл по офису, показывая дорогу остальным.

The manager gave me her personal attention. - Заведующая лично уделила мне внимание.

He performed unsatisfactorily as a manager. - Он неудовлетворительно проявил себя в качестве руководителя.

He decided to take her on as store manager. - Он решил взять её на должность директора магазина.

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Связанные термины:

co-manager: a person who manages something jointly with one or more other people

man manager: a person who manages personnel in the manner specified

new manager: The manager of a sports team is the person responsible for training the players and organizing the way they play. In American English, manager is only used for baseball ; in other sports, → coach is used instead .

area manager: a manager of a business, organization, etc who has responsibility for a specific geographical area

bank manager: A bank manager is someone who is in charge of a bank, or a particular branch of a bank, and who is involved in making decisions about whether or not to lend money to businesses and individuals .

brand manager: the person responsible for the marketing of a particular brand

city manager: (in the US) an administrator hired by a municipal council to manage its affairs

duty manager: A duty manager is a person who is in charge at a particular time.

file manager: a program that organizes and arranges files in a computer

floor manager: the stage manager employed in the production of a television programme

fund manager: an employee of an insurance company, pension fund, investment trust, etc, who manages its fund of investments

good manager: The manager of a sports team is the person responsible for training the players and organizing the way they play. In American English, manager is only used for baseball ; in other sports, → coach is used instead .

hotel manager: the manager of a hotel

house manager: the manager of a theatre, who is in charge of the selling of tickets, the bar, etc, but not of performances

joint manager: a person who shares responsibility with another, or others, for running part of or the whole of a business organization

line manager: Your line manager is the person at work who is in charge of your department, group, or project .

risk manager: A risk manager is a person who works in risk management .

road manager: The road manager of someone such as a singer or sports player is the person who organizes their travel and other arrangements during a tour .

sales manager: a manager in charge of the sales department and responsible for its performance, organization and planning

stage manager: At a theatre, a stage manager is the person who is responsible for the scenery and lights and for the way that actors or other performers move about and use the stage during a performance .

store manager: A store manager is the most senior member of the staff in a store, who is responsible for the overall running of the store.

tour manager: the person in charge of an organized trip that people such as musicians, or actors go on to several different places, stopping to meet people or perform

works manager: a factory manager

young manager: The manager of a sports team is the person responsible for training the players and organizing the way they play. In American English, manager is only used for baseball ; in other sports, → coach is used instead .

branch manager: a person who manages the local branch of a bank, shop, or other business

buying manager: The buying manager of a store is a senior employee whose job is to manage the purchase and delivery of products and supplies, maintaining stock levels.

credit manager: a person employed in a business firm to administer credit service to its customers, esp. to evaluate the extension and amount of credit to be granted

export manager: a person who is responsible for running the export department of a business organization

general manager: a manager with overall responsibility (rather than responsibility for a specific department )

office manager: an employee responsible for the general administrative tasks in an organization

player-manager: In football and some other sports, a player-manager is a person who plays for a team and also manages the team.

product manager: someone who researches, chooses, and develops the products of a company or organization

project manager: A project manager is someone who plans a project and organizes the work of all the people involved in it.

senior manager: A manager is a person who is responsible for running part of or the whole of a business organization.

assistant manager: a person who assists a manager in their work

business manager: a person who ensures the running of a business by managing the work of relevant staff

caretaker manager: a person who temporarily holds the office of manager of a football club

catering manager: the person in charge of the catering in a place or at an event

database manager: a person in charge of designing, maintaining, and controlling a database

financial manager: a person responsible for the supervision and handling of the financial affairs of an organization

investment manager: a person who manages a number of investments on behalf of others

marketing manager: a person who is in charge of a marketing department or campaign

operations manager: a manager who oversees the efficiency of business operations

personnel manager: a manager responsible for recruiting employees and dealing with matters relating to them

portfolio manager: a person employed by others to make investments for them

practice manager: the manager of a business such as a medical practice, dental practice, or legal practice

production manager: a supervisor of the budget, crew and other details in the production of a film or play

promotions manager: someone in charge of encouraging the sale of (a product) by advertising or securing financial support

security manager: The security manager of a store is the person responsible for organizing all security in the store and to whom security guards report .

circulation manager: the senior manager responsible for the distribution of a newspaper

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Однокоренные слова:

managership - должность управляющего, администратора

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