1. to manage
An example of to manage is to still be able to pay bills despite a job loss.
to manage the airspace
2. to be in charge
The Japanese fiscal authorities are weighing measures to restore public confidence in their economic management.
The management tended to be too concerned about short-term improvement of the bottom line to have any long-term design for the future.
The management wishes to inform guests that the television has been fitted with an anti-theft device.
See how Lenny can swallow an entire hot dog without chewing or choking? That's why upper management loves him so much.
Conversations with the management, reports and such should be very freely interpreted into normal language.
However, although our companions were willing, they knew nothing about management or getting money.
What you need to take part in business management is the team spirit to work with many colleagues.
It helped to develop their management skills in terms of communication, leadership and motivating people.
management is the group of senior people in an organization who are responsible for controlling and organizing it, and for supervising the more junior people
Is management really going to consider our bonus, or was that just lip service?
Five self-help books later, Sergey still had a terribly ineffective approach to management.
Somebody who wavers between hope and fear over superficial things should not be appointed to a management position.
The program's memory management was so inefficient that it actually damaged the RAM somehow!
Virtual memory is a memory management technique developed for multitasking kernels.