Translation of manager in Spanish:

manager

Pronunciation: /ˈmænɪdʒər; ˈmænɪdʒə(r)/

n

  • [Business/Comercio] (of company, department) director, (m,f), gerente (mf); (of store, restaurant) gerente (mf), encargado, (m,f); (of estate, fund) administrador, (m,f); (of pop group, boxer) manager (mf); [Sport/Deporte] entrenador, (m,f); (in soccer) entrenador, (m,f), director técnico, (m,f) (Latin America/América Latina) export/production/publicity manager director, (m,f) or gerente (mf) de exportaciones/producción/publicidad branch manager director, (masculine, feminine) de sucursal the campaign manager [Politics/Política] el director/la directora de la campaña she's a good manager es buena administradora
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    • As a result of allegations, the manager responsible for these staff requested a suspension hearing.
    • Rewarding staff is also a key part of the sales manager's responsibilities.
    • Does your sales manager train your staff to engage with prospective members?
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    • But there came a stage when both the musician and his tour manager had to be told no more alcohol would be served to them.
    • This means mailing out your scores and CDs to competitions, conductors, managers and performers.
    • A number are involved with music as musicians, managers, writers, and record store workers.
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    • The same message goes out from sports team managers, some of whom are developing very bad sideline manners of late.
    • Already I detect a reduction in the number of training sessions being organised by team managers in general at present.
    • It has rigorous objectives and targets and will be monitored by directors, managers or teams.

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