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management
American English: /ˈmænɪdʒmənt/
British English: /ˈmanɪdʒm(ə)nt/

Translation of management in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (managers) 2.1 (as group) (no article) (+ singular or plural verb)
    directivos (masculine plural)
    management and workers
    (of particular company)
    los directivos or la patronal y los trabajadores
    (as class)
    el empresario y los trabajadores
    senior management
    altos cargos (masculine plural)
    middle management
    mandos (masculine plural) or cuadros (masculine plural) (inter)medios
    2.2 countable the managements of the clubs (Sport)
    las (juntas) directivas de los clubes
    a management decision
    una decisión de la dirección or gerencia
    Example sentences
    • The course is run over a four week programme involving management and organisational skills.
    • The Commission was given direct management responsibility in a number of areas.
    • After all, management teams have clear responsibility for ensuring capital is effectively husbanded.
    Example sentences
    • This group includes the top managements of leading hotels in Chonburi including Pattaya.
    • Recently, the Director of Matriculation Schools has sent letters to the managements to end the practice.
    • However, none of the printing press managements seem to have chosen to obey this directive.

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