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management in English:

1. leadership leadership


Certainly there are downsides to leadership by coercion and force.
He is the leadership of the crew.
To be a director you need good leadership skills.
Moral leadership is more powerful than any weapon.
The British would need strong leadership.
Lincoln is admired because of his leadership.
Who has leadership?
Changes of leadership have a great effect on the international political economy.
The teacher may say nothing, grading the students on how much they participate, what they add to the discussion, and their leadership of it.
Leadership by coercion would not produce the results we see.
Speaking with reporters in Montreal, Canada, Walesa says the change of leadership in East Germany came about because the old guard leaders missed the train of history.
You must act under the leadership of your supervisor.
His leadership skills needed a lot of improvement.
The leadership makes all important decisions.

2. manage manage


No matter how much you try to convince people that chocolate is vanilla, it'll still be chocolate, even though you may manage to convince yourself and a few others that it's vanilla.
Don't worry, I'll manage. / I tried many times and finally I managed.
I can't manage.
Japanese cameras, cars, and hi-fi equipment are used widely abroad, and few modern industries can manage without advanced electronic equipment developed in Japan.
Smokers are as aware as anybody else of the disadvantages of their hobby, but manage to live with that knowledge for two main reasons.
If speakers regularly mean something other than what they say, how is it that people manage to understand one another?
Although I broke test tubes and played about with chemicals for fun, I did occasionally manage to obey the teacher's instructions as well; repeating experiments that others had long ago undertaken.
As the proverb goes, “To manage a household and maintain relationships, you cannot do without money.”
When you use the last sheet, don't think: "The person after me will manage just fine."
I'm find it hard to manage my time, because I have so much to do.
I do not think it will come to that. I believe there are ways to manage the situation.
The other essential person you need to meet is Rosie, who manages the café.
utrzymać się How can anyone manage on such a low income? zarządzać He's no good at managing his money. Anyway, we managed to get there on time.
You make all the decisions on how to manage your business. To manage a business means to have control of how you run that business.
A prisoner is more obsessed with the idea of escaping than his warden by the idea of watching over him. Thus, a prisoner will always manage to escape.

English word "management"(manage) occurs in sets:

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3. process of dealing with and controlling people or things process of dealing with and controlling people or things



English word "management"(process of dealing with and controlling people or things) occurs in sets:

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