Manager vs Ower - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between manager and ower
is that manager
is manager while ower
is a person who owes money.
As a preposition ower is
As an adverb ower is
As an adjective ower is
(geordie) over, too.
(management) A person whose job is to manage something, such as a business, a restaurant, or a sports team.
* 2013 , Phil McNulty, "[http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/23830980]", BBC Sport , 1 September 2013:
(baseball) The head coach.
(music) An administrator, for a singer or group. (rfex)
(computer software) A window or application whose purpose is to give the user the control over some aspect of the software.
- And it was a fitting victory for Liverpool as Anfield celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of their legendary Scottish manager Bill Shankly.
- a file manager'''; a task '''manager'''; Program '''Manager
* (person who manages) administrator, boss, chief, controller, comptroller, foreman, head, head man, overseer, organizer, superintendent, supervisor
* line manager
* middle manager
From the verb to owe .
A person who owes money.
Colloquial variant of over .
- She's ower canny hor, like
(Geordie) over, too
- Thats ower much that!