managerial

[man-i-jeer-ee-uhl]
adjective
pertaining to management or a manager: managerial functions; the managerial class of society.

Origin:
1760–70; manager + -ial

managerially, adverb
nonmanagerial, adjective
quasi-managerial, adjective
quasi-managerially, adverb
semimanagerial, adjective
semimanagerially, adverb
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managerial (ˌmænɪˈdʒɪərɪəl)
 
adj
of or relating to a manager or to the functions, responsibilities, or position of management
 
mana'gerially
 
adv

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managerial
1767, see manager.
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Example sentences
These deals are often also a way to acquire managerial and technological
  expertise.
But on the way it got squeezed out of any managerial role and far larger
  potential revenues.
The right rhetorical and managerial style may allow secretaries-general to
  overcome, to some degree, the lack of formal authority.
Foreign investors say they struggle to find managerial talent.
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