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managing Line breaks: man|aging
Pronunciation: /ˈmanɪdʒɪŋ/

Definition of managing in English:


1chiefly British Having executive control or authority: the managing director
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  • He also serves as a managing director, executive committee member, and secretary-treasurer of the Metropolitan Opera Association.
  • If further discussion is needed, the executive editor and the managing editor can be involved.
  • In addition, one third of the directors - except for the managing director and the editor - will submit themselves for re-election each year.
2 archaic Economical: a managing man

Words that rhyme with managing

discouraging • cottaging

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