Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Manager"

The meaning of "Manager" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you will report to the Manager directly for work allocation and instructions mean?
A: It means that when you talk to the manager they will give you a job and tell you how to do the job.
Q: What does Manager mean?
A: manager = director

Synonyms of "Manager" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between To be manager met me yesterday and Manager to be met me yesterday ?
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Q: What is the difference between Manager and senior Director ?
A: @Youran: I would say in general senior director would be higher. They tend to be higher in the chain of command in most places. you have more contact with a manager than a director of any sort.

Translations of "Manager"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Manager
A: Manager (no emphasis on any letters ). Think the same way you would say manaje but instead of je replace it with an english “Jer” sound

(Its spelt manager but sounds like manajer)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Manager
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Manager événementiel
A: event manager
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Manager
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Other questions about "Manager"

Q: Manager does this sound natural?
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Q: Manager Tony Lopez is responsible for the error because of his mistake or he is just in charge of the section that the error is occurred?
A: I don't see any reference to an error in the example.

The trucks arrive at the supermarket. They contain merchandise for the supermarket. The merchandise is moved from trucks into the supermarket. Mr. Lopez is the boss in that situation.
Q: Manager, I'm going to go to the Information Security Expo from now. I'll not be back office today. does this sound natural?
A: security expo now. I'll not be back to the office today.
Q: Manager: Do you have the paper?
Employee: I'm not sure which paper you are talking about. Could you tell me what is written on the paper? does this sound natural?
A: "Could you tell me what the paper is about", would sound better than "Could you tell me what is written on the paper."
Q: Manager of the hotel felt like a comedian, but it was a good person.
(ホテルの支配人は芸人さんぽく感じましたが、よい方でした) does this sound natural?
A: THE manager of the hotel felt like a comedian, but HE was a good person. (or SHE if a woman)

I find it strange to call someone a "good person" without giving some reason why, so I might say...

The hotel manger may have joked around a lot, but he always made sure his guests were taken care of.

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