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Spell Check of manager

Correct spelling: manager

Definition of manager:

  1. One who manages; a conductor; a good economist.

Common misspellings for manager:

  • mananger (20%)
  • maneger (16%)
  • mangager (5%)
  • managaer (4%)
  • mannager (3%)
  • mamager (3%)
  • maniger (3%)
  • mangaer (3%)
  • menager (3%)
  • mamanger (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for manager:

  1. He makes her a visit of business once a year, when he looks into all her affairs; which, as she is no manager, are apt to get into confusion. "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists" , Washington Irving.
  2. Thus, it is necessary that a successful manager should receive a considerable share of the produce, so as to make it worth his while to give this labour. "Political economy" , W. Stanley Jevons.
  3. I was manager there, and had a share of the business. "Second Shetland Truck System Report" , William Guthrie.

Quotes for manager:

  1. I was in the tennis bubble. I wasn't thinking about the big picture. I didn't notice what they said on television, I wasn't reading any papers. I had a coach and a manager, and they kept me in the bubble. - Boris Becker
  2. I know as a manager you have to abide by the chairman's decisions. But his decisions were this team, that team, this player, that player. The chairman is a control freak. - Paul Gascoigne
  3. When you become a parent, or a teacher, you turn into a manager of this whole system. You become the person controlling the bubble of innocence around a child, regulating it. - Kazuo Ishiguro
  4. People come out to see the players. When do you see a manager anyway? When he's out on the field arguing with the umpires, making a fool of himself and you know you can't win, and when he brings out the line -up card. - Frank Robinson
  5. He comes to London and gets a job in a nightclub, a gay club, where he's known as Straight Dave by the bar staff- and no one believes he's as straight as he claims to be. He meets the daughter of the club manager, and he has an affair with her. - Neil Tennant