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managerial

Line breaks: man¦ager|ial
Pronunciation: /manəˈdʒiːrɪəl
 
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Definition of managerial in English:

adjective

Relating to management or managers: the division of managerial responsibilities
More example sentences
  • She said her new role would be a more managerial and administrative one.
  • He has demonstrable managerial skills as Halifax CEO, where he really calls the shots.
  • Does that speak volumes about the opposition, or is it a testimony to his own managerial skills?

Derivatives

managerially

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adverb
Example sentences
  • He set up his administration to get things done managerially, not to accomplish some short-term political goal.
  • They are managerially difficult and educationally unproven.
  • And so in fact, I think, that means we must be managerially competent to stop it.

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