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managerial

[ man-i-jeer-ee-uhl ]

adjective

  1. pertaining to management or a manager:

    managerial functions; the managerial class of society.



managerial

/ ˌmænɪˈdʒɪərɪəl /

adjective

  1. of or relating to a manager or to the functions, responsibilities, or position of management


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Derived Forms

  • ˌmanaˈgerially, adverb
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Other Words From

  • mana·geri·al·ly adverb
  • nonman·a·geri·al adjective
  • quasi-mana·geri·al adjective
  • quasi-mana·geri·al·ly adverb
  • semi·mana·geri·al adjective
  • semi·mana·geri·al·ly adverb
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Word History and Origins

Origin of managerial1

First recorded in 1760–70; manager + -ial
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Example Sentences

He called for corporations to ensure that women had 30% of managerial positions by 2020.

From Time

Scarcely 2% of the residents had completed four years of college, and only 25% of the workforce held professional or managerial jobs.

From Fortune

We need to have a managerial approach that tries to spread the pain and that tries to keep the core services still functioning.

The latest layoffs stretch beyond hourly workers, who were among the hardest hit at the start of the pandemic in industries such as restaurants and hospitality, to office and managerial positions.

From Fortune

Training and reskilling talent in the workforce provides pathways to managerial roles.

From Fortune

But the managerial skills needed to run a 200,000-troop force are still lacking.

Reducing forces while preserving strength will present a daunting managerial challenge.

In a different year, there would have been candidates with more political (as opposed to managerial) skills.

This is a moment when we need a skilled managerial touch to consolidate reforms and prepare our nation for an uncertain future.

He must present himself as a well-informed CEO rather than a managerial Chief Financial Officer.

Was all that gossip about disputes and jealousies between Kellogg and Gary last season a managerial dodge for notoriety?

The shift from hourly wage to annual salary for the factory workers, and the change to the other pole for the managerial staff.

"I don't smoke, sir," he stammered in answer to that managerial look of accusation.

Mr. Henderson proclaimed his managerial life a burden, but made no other response.

Altogether it was a good deal of a managerial triumph, as even the manager himself was obliged to admit.

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