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Superior vs. Manager

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Superioradjective

Higher in quality.

‘Rebecca had always thought shorts were far superior to pants, as they didn't constantly make her legs itch.’;

Managernoun

(management) A person whose job is to manage something, such as a business, a restaurant, or a sports team.

Superioradjective

Higher in rank.

Managernoun

(baseball) The head coach.

Superioradjective

More comprehensive, as a term in classification.

‘A genus is superior to a species.’;

Managernoun

(music) An administrator, for a singer or group. en

Superioradjective

Located above.

‘the superior jaw; the superior part of an image’;

Managernoun

(computer software) A window or application whose purpose is to give the user the control over some aspect of the system.

‘a file manager; a task manager; Program Manager’;

Superioradjective

(botany) Above the ovary; said of parts of the flower which, although normally below the ovary, adhere to it, and so appear to originate from its upper part; also of an ovary when the other floral organs are plainly below it in position, and free from it.

Managernoun

One who manages; a conductor or director; as, the manager of a theater.

‘A skillful manager of the rabble.’;

Superioradjective

(botany) Belonging to the part of an axillary flower which is toward the main stem; posterior.

Managernoun

A person who conducts business or household affairs with economy and frugality; a good economist.

‘A prince of great aspiring thoughts; in the main, a manager of his treasure.’;

Superioradjective

(botany) Pointing toward the apex of the fruit; ascending; said of the radicle.

Managernoun

A contriver; an intriguer.

Superioradjective

(typography) Printed in superscript.

‘a superior figure or letter’;

Managernoun

someone who controls resources and expenditures

Superioradjective

Greater or better than average; extraordinary.

Managernoun

(sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team

Superioradjective

Beyond the power or influence of; too great or firm to be subdued or affected by; with to.

Superioradjective

Of a planet: closer to the Earth than to the sun.

Superiornoun

A person of higher rank or quality.

Superiornoun

The senior person in a monastic community.

Superioradjective

More elevated in place or position; higher; upper; as, the superior limb of the sun; the superior part of an image.

Superioradjective

Higher in rank or office; more exalted in dignity; as, a superior officer; a superior degree of nobility.

Superioradjective

Higher or greater in excellence; surpassing others in the greatness, or value of any quality; greater in quality or degree; as, a man of superior merit; or of superior bravery.

Superioradjective

Beyond the power or influence of; too great or firm to be subdued or affected by; - with to.

‘There is not in earth a spectacle more worthy than a great man superior to his sufferings.’;

Superioradjective

More comprehensive; as a term in classification; as, a genus is superior to a species.

Superioradjective

Above the ovary; - said of parts of the flower which, although normally below the ovary, adhere to it, and so appear to originate from its upper part; also of an ovary when the other floral organs are plainly below it in position, and free from it.

Superiornoun

One who is above, or surpasses, another in rank, station, office, age, ability, or merit; one who surpasses in what is desirable; as, Addison has no superior as a writer of pure English.

Superiornoun

The head of a monastery, convent, abbey, or the like.

Superiornoun

one of greater rank or station or quality

Superiornoun

the head of a religious community

Superiornoun

a combatant who is able to defeat rivals

Superiornoun

the largest freshwater lake in the world; the deepest of the Great Lakes

Superiornoun

a town in northwest Wisconsin on Lake Superior across from Duluth

Superiornoun

a character or symbol set or printed or written above and immediately to one side of another character

Superioradjective

of high or superior quality or performance;

‘superior wisdom derived from experience’; ‘superior math students’;

Superioradjective

of or characteristic of high rank or importance;

‘a superior officer’;

Superioradjective

(sometimes followed by `to') not subject to or influenced by;

‘overcome by a superior opponent’; ‘trust magnates who felt themselves superior to law’;

Superioradjective

written or printed above and to one side of another character

Superioradjective

having an orbit farther from the sun than the Earth's orbit;

‘Mars and Jupiter are the closest in of the superior planets’;

Superioradjective

having a higher rank;

‘superior officer’;

Superioradjective

(often followed by `to') above being affected or influenced by;

‘he is superior to fear’; ‘an ignited firework proceeds superior to circumstances until its blazing vitality fades’;

Superioradjective

higher in rank, status, or quality

‘a superior officer’; ‘the new model is superior to every other car on the road’;

Superioradjective

of high standard or quality

‘superior malt whiskies’;

Superioradjective

greater in size or power

‘deploying superior force’;

Superioradjective

above yielding to or being influenced by

‘I felt superior to any accusation of anti-Semitism’;

Superioradjective

having or showing an overly high opinion of oneself; conceited

‘that girl was frightfully superior’;

Superioradjective

(of a letter, figure, or symbol) written or printed above the line.

Superioradjective

further above or out; higher in position.

Superioradjective

(of the ovary of a flower) situated above the sepals and petals.

Superiornoun

a person superior to another in rank or status, especially a colleague in a higher position

‘obeying their superiors' orders’;

Superiornoun

the head of a monastery or other religious institution.

Superiornoun

a superior letter, figure, or symbol.

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