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  • noun Someone who is managed, a subordinate of a manager.

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Examples

  • Apart from that, what about smaller cities like Stuttgart, which managee to integrate transport modes, have (mostly) barrier free access, trams or busses where you want to go, and through ticketing?

    TRANSPORTATION TUESDAY: Top 5 Cities For Public Transit | Inhabitat

  • I was just telling M.s. this morning that I'm a much better manager than a managee.

    Dragons and Rats

  • I was just telling M.s. this morning that I'm a much better manager than a managee.

    Dragons and Rats

  • It is when the manager and the managee are both of the same mind as to the thing to be done; but the former insists, and instructs, and suggests, and foresees, till the other feels that all free agency for him is gone.

    Friends in Council — First Series

  • The successful candidate must be able to managee multiple priorities.

    RI.gov

  • The successful candidate must be able to managee multiple priorities.

    RI.gov

  • USA Today's next print edition comes out Monday) that Gen David Petraeus, eager to assume control of CENTCOM and no longer be the 'top [US] commander' in Iraq, managee to send off "a farewell letter issued Saturday".

    The Common Ills

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