managerial [man-i-jeer-ee-uh l] ExamplesWord Origin See more synonyms for managerial on adjective

  1. pertaining to management or a manager: managerial functions; the managerial class of society.

Origin of managerial First recorded in 1760–70; manager + -ial Related formsman·a·ge·ri·al·ly, adverbnon·man·a·ge·ri·al, adjectivequa·si-man·a·ge·ri·al, adjectivequa·si-man·a·ge·ri·al·ly, adverbsem·i·man·a·ge·ri·al, adjectivesem·i·man·a·ge·ri·al·ly, adverb Related Words for managerial directorial, supervisory, regulatory, governmental, ministerial, commanding, legislative, organizational, bureaucratic, authoritative, central, controlling, deciding, decisive, directive, executive, governing, official, presiding, ruling Examples from the Web for managerial Contemporary Examples of managerial

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

    Obama Is Betting His Whole Afghan Plan on These Commandos

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

    Obama Will Probably Win. Here Are Some Reasons For Republicans to be Cheerful.

    Megan McArdle

    November 6, 2012

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

    Brett O’Donnell’s Guide to Tonight’s Veep Debate

    Brett O’Donnell

    October 11, 2012

  • Brinker recently said she will step down as CEO but remain in a managerial role.

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    Abigail Pesta

    September 7, 2012

  • Brinker said she is stepping down as CEO but will remain in a managerial role.

    Ex-Komen Official Karen Handel Attacks Planned Parenthood ‘Thugs’ in New Book

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  • Historical Examples of managerial

  • Mark had a farce ready for the managerial perusal, but it won’t do.

    The Letters of Charles Dickens

    Charles Dickens

  • This ranks as my first venture in managerial responsibility.

    The Secrets of a Savoyard

    Henry A. Lytton

  • And a very good reflection it is—from a managerial point of view.

    The Library Magazine of Select Foreign Literature


  • My managerial eye saw at a glance its capabilities for a theatre.

    The Story of a Bad Boy

    Thomas Bailey Aldrich

  • The window was the window of the managerial room of the Regent Theatre.

    The Regent

    E. Arnold Bennett

  • British Dictionary definitions for managerial managerial adjective

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

    Derived Formsmanagerially, adverb Word Origin and History for managerial adj.

    1767, see manager + -al (1).

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