In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1Business(office/company/store/bank) dirigir(office/store/bank/company) administrar(company/bank/store/office) gerenciar Latin America(staff/team) dirigir(finances/fund/land) administrarwho manages this branch? — ¿quién dirige esta sucursal?
- I have just been promoted to supervisor in an insurance-claims office, managing a staff of 15.
- In exchange, the landowners manage their land to provide habitat for the desired species.
- I think that Forestry Tasmania manages the forest.
- This meant clients provided space for the auditors and helped to manage the staff working for them, he said.
- Many families say they do not have enough money to save, but if you manage your money tightly spare cash is usually available.
- These advisors help the firms to manage their businesses to compete more effectively in market-driven economies.
- Though the scale may be different, everybody else with money to manage is looking at a similar picture right now.
- He joined Starwood last year to take up his post at the Westin, where he will manage a staff of 170.
- Staff are managed to meet transaction quotas and keep calls short.
- What has allowed Catmull to manage Pixar's eccentric staff is his nearly egoless leadership.
- Stick to deadlines, practice good time management, and learn how to manage a staff.
- New South Wales State Forests own and manage the land on which the experiment is situated.
- Now, you can manage an organization like that, but you have to understand the limits of what they can do.
- A Cooperative enterprise involves a group of people who combine resources to run and manage a business or a social organisation.
- Jeremy was managing his father's business in January 1998 when the two pigs broke loose.
- More worrying are signs that banks are losing patience with sensible, responsible customers who manage our money properly and do not get into debt.
- While some farming cooperatives such as Nueva Vida are managing their lands wisely, others are tempted by the financial rewards of large-scale logging.
- A volunteer group has voted to continue managing the Seven Fields Nature reserve
- One active owner manages the business; the other oversees engineering.
- Let's face it, managing a staff of fitness instructors is not a typical administrative job.
- The landowner specifically sought Specht out as a tenant because he wanted an organic farmer managing his land.
- In fact, it is essential that such a business is managed by the whole community.
- David Drebberman from River Murray Water, manages the staff who control the locks and barrages.
- Adaptive Venture Managers was created in 1995 to invest in and manage small businesses with new product ideas.
- Here students learn to wriggle out of complex situations while managing a business.
- He relied upon his close-knit clan not only to manage the business at auxiliary plants but also to oversee the company crèches and schools.
- At that time it was not anticipated that he would be managing any floor staff.
- Richard uses this training and his experience to suggest how a parcel of land should be managed.
- The elder son Ashok manages the business while the younger son helps him.
- Representative payees helped respondents manage money and pay rent in a timely fashion.
- In his new position, Schaller manages the 13 people on the political staff, Lukens said.
- How we manage the private land between these fragments of remnant vegetation is more important than what we do inside the islands of bushland.
- The fact is that both the old parties are a disaster when it comes to managing Victoria's forests.
- She describes her achievement as due to a phenomenal ability to plan, organize and manage a type of business which is traditionally run by men.
- Holmes' department is making moves to better manage the land that most Australians write off as useless.
- And of course, the longer the delay, the harder it became to manage an increasingly mutinous staff.
- Free access to additional borrowings can make life easy for those who manage their money sensibly, but prove a disaster for spendthrifts.
- In fact, the divide is much more practical, between those who would manage our land and those who would not.
- It enables district and regional councils to manage New Zealand's resources on land, water, sky and sea.
- An Action Aid survey found that most farmers did not have the expertise, time or funds to manage water resources properly.
- It found that students worry about leading an independent life, dealing with antisocial flatmates and managing their finances.
- I have made the choice to be a farmer and to manage a finite renewable resource such as water.
- It oversees banks and thrifts, manages the nation's money, and influences the economy.
- Larry Walton, whose team is still managing the land under a short-term timber supply contract, admits the prospects of the state assuming control make him nervous.
- This case study demonstrates the holistic approach that Coillte is taking to managing its forests.
- It is not enough to tell the merchant to manage his business properly.
- You tell me to always serve warm rolls wrapped in a fresh napkin and to never let a man manage all of my money.
- The independent review of the Regional Forest Agreement has found that we are managing our forests sustainably.
- I am obviously a manager and I want to manage my staff regardless of their colour, their sexuality, their gender.
- Here's how several CEOs build and manage their staff.
- I'll never understand how you managed an emerging business and emerging family at the same time.
- Focus on experiences pertinent to operating and managing a farm business as well as community activities that you and your family are involved in.
- Mr Main has been head chef there for two years, managing a kitchen staff of 16.
- But the way it manages its own staff is also seen as critical.
- The business is managed by son Robert and daughters Helen and Jane.
- First, you must manage your money in a sensible way to accumulate wealth.
- The sisters discovered that managing a staff of 15 with entrenched work practices was not easy.
- He had been driving to the premises with Basharat, who was due to manage the business, when the collision occurred near Samlesbury Hall.
- In August 1997, I was accused of being unfit to organise meetings and manage staff.
- Family forest landowners (often known as tree farmers) take pride in managing their lands.
- This should serve as a grim warning to those poised to embark on their university careers of the need to manage their money sensibly.
- However, it is important to set up a trust fund to manage this money.
- It is run by my mom, who retired from being a college professor at Colgate to manage the organization full-time.
- In some cases mergers might be driven by the desire of business leaders to manage a larger entity, and perhaps to operate at a global, rather than local, level.
- If family forest owners can convince the public that they are managing their lands for long-term sustainability, they believe that can lead to reduced regulations.
- Our coach was Paul Hart, who now manages Nottingham Forest, and you didn't mess with him.
- As site supervisor, she also manages the operators, including the two partners.
- The back office mobilises financial resources and manages funds.
- The NES is a part-time business development programme aimed at anyone wanting to start and manage their own business.
- It is run by adults with learning disabilities, giving them the opportunity to manage their own business.
- They must manage the news staff in ways that enable individuals to achieve full potential in their jobs.
- If you own or manage staff in a small-to-mid size company, it would pay you great dividends to set aside some money for training.
2(handle, cope with)(children) manejar(children) controlar(household) llevar(household) administrar(horse) manejar(horse) dominarhe seems unable to manage his life — parece incapaz de organizar su vida
- the situation was more than I could manage — no pude con la situación
- she managed the interview all right — se desenvolvió bien en la entrevista
- can you manage those suitcases on your own? — ¿puedes con esas maletas tú sola?
- she can't manage the stairs — no puede subir la escalera
- His mother cannot manage him due to his problems and there were also fears for his safety in the community if he was released, the court had also heard.
- It broke my heart to put her in there but doctors told me I wouldn't be able to manage her.
- They were spooked, but found a way to manage him.
3(indicating success, achievement)despite a poor start, he managed second place — a pesar de que no empezó muy bien, obtuvo el segundo puesto
- I can manage 60 words per minute — puedo hacer 60 palabras por minuto
- when do you want it? — can you manage it by lunchtime? — ¿para cuándo lo quiere? — ¿lo podrá tener listo para el mediodía?
- he managed a smile — esbozó una sonrisa forzada
- if you can't manage $5, give what you can afford — si no puedes dar cinco dólares, da lo que puedas
- I can't manage the meeting — no puedo / no me es posible ir a la reunión
- can you manage another helping? — ¿te sirvo un poco más?
- we could manage one more in the back — atrás cabría una persona más
- to manage to + inf — lograr / poder + inf
- I managed to persuade them — logré / pude convencerlos
- she finally managed to get to sleep — finalmente logró / pudo dormirse
- have you managed to find out her address? — ¿has logrado / podido averiguar su dirección?
- I managed to get four tickets — conseguí / pude conseguir cuatro entradas
- how did they manage to get away with it? — ¿cómo se las arreglaron para salirse con la suya?
- do you think you could manage to be a little more specific/polite? — ¿te sería posible ser un poco más concreto/educado?
- he managed to lose the documents — se las arregló para perder los documentos
2(cope)can I help you? — thank you, I can manage — ¿me permite que la ayude? — gracias, yo puedo sola
- how's she managing on her own? — ¿qué tal se las arregla sola?
- they have to manage on $300 a week — tienen que arreglarse / arreglárselas con 300 dólares a la semana
- we can manage without them/their help — podemos arreglarnos / arreglárnoslas sin ellos/sin su ayuda
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