Entry from British & World English dictionary
A manager who is subordinate to another manager.
- The case against him was dismissed because he was acting undermanager and not undermanager.
- He could be a shift boss working under an undermanager who would have at least equivalent qualifications.
- All of our newspaper undermanagers require a ten percent pay increase before they will consider working again..
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