Origin of manager
Synonyms for manager
Examples from the Web for sub-manager
Historical Examples of sub-manager
The sub-manager, on the threshold, had noticed a breach of the rules.Sentimental Education Vol 1
The sub-manager exchanged a look of consternation with Fulner before he followed.Christopher Hibbault, Roadmaker
I had talks with the sub-manager, and, on various pretexts to get information, I interviewed bankers and money men in the city.
I related above how we had in some incomprehensible way omitted putting on the letter of credit the sub-manager's name.
It was under the management of Mr. Edwin Wignall, who had been sub-manager at the District.
1580s, "one who manages," agent noun from manage. Specific sense of "one who conducts a house of business or public institution" is from 1705.