Translation of management in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈmænɪdʒmənt/


  • 1 u (act) 1.1 [Busn] dirección (f), administración (f), gestión (f) under new management bajo nueva dirección, cambio de firma she's studying management está estudiando administración de empresas (before n) [techniques/consultant] de administración or de gestión de empresas management accounting (BrE) contabilidad (f) de gestión management chart organigrama (m) administrativo or de gestión management committee comité (m) directivo management consultancy consultoría (f) de gestión management services servicios (mpl) administrativos or de administración management trainee directivo, -va (m,f) en formación 1.2 (handling, control) gerencia (f), gerenciamiento (m) crisis management gestión (f) de crisis project management gestión (f) or gerenciamiento (m) de proyectos personnel management gestión (f) or gerencia (f) de personal
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    • It is becoming a model for environmental management and control.
    • It also now provides courses on environmental management, photography and painting.
    • But the impulses towards risk management and social control trump such wishes.
  • 2 (managers) 2.1 (as group) (no art, + sing o pl vb) directivos (mpl) 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 (mpl) middle management mandos (mpl) or cuadros (mpl) (inter)medios 2.2 c (of particular company) dirección (f), gerencia (f) the managements of the clubs [Sport] las (juntas) directivas de los clubes (before n) management buyoutcompra de una empresa por sus directivos a management decision una decisión de la dirección or gerencia
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    • 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.
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    • 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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