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ˌIsle of ˈMan, the (also Man), IOM
man /mæn/ noun (plural men /men/)

Irregular Forms: (pl) men


بازیگر تیم ، گماردن نفرات ، پر کردن محل ، قرار دادن سرنشین ، انسان ، شخص ، بر ، نوکر ، مستخدم ، اداره کردن ، گرداندن (امور) ، شوهر ، مهره شطرنج ، مردی ، ورزش: مهره شطرنج ، علوم نظامی: خدمه گماردن
man
[noun]
Synonyms:
- male, bloke (Brit. informal), chap (informal), gentleman, guy (informal)
- human, human being, individual, person, soul
- mankind, Homo sapiens, humanity, humankind, human race, people
- manservant, attendant, retainer, servant, valet
[verb]
Synonyms:
- staff, crew, garrison, occupy, people
English Thesaurus: boyfriend, partner, fiancé, lover, ex, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. ˌIsle of ˈMan, the (also Man) written abbreviation, IOM
an island in the Irish Sea. It is under British control, but has its own parliament, the Tynwald, and its own laws. Many rich British people live there or keep their money there because taxes are lower than in the UK. A well-known series of motorcycle races called the TT (Tourist Trophy) races is held in the Isle of Man every year. The adjective for describing people or things from the Isle of Man is Manx.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Man, the Isle of
see Isle of Man

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. man1 S1 W1 /mæn/ noun (plural men /men/)
[Word Family: noun: man, manhood, mankind; adjective: manlyunmanly, manned ≠ unmanned, mannish; verb: man; adverb: manfully]
[Language: Old English]

1. MALE PERSON [countable] an adult male human ⇒ woman:
There were two men and a woman in the car.
He’s a very kind man.
a man’s watch
Don’t keep Hansen waiting – he’s a busy man.

2. STRONG/BRAVE [countable usually singular] a man who has the qualities that people think a man should have, such as being brave, strong etc:
Come on, be a man now. No more crying.
He wasn’t man enough (=strong or brave enough) to face up to his responsibilities.
make a man (out) of somebody (=make a boy or young man start behaving in a confident way)
Running his own business has really made a man out of Terry.

3. PERSON [countable] a person, either male or female – used especially in formal situations or in the past:
All men are equal in the eyes of the law.
a man’s right to work

4. PEOPLE [uncountable] people as a group:
This is one of the worst diseases known to man.
the evolution of man
prehistoric/stone-age/modern man (=people who lived at a particular stage of human development)

5. WORKER
a) [countable usually plural] a man who works for an employer:
Why were there no protests from the men at the factory?
b) [countable] a man who does a job for you, especially repairing something:
Has the man been to fix the TV?
gas man/rent man etc
I waited all day for the gas man.
c) the man from something a man who works for a particular company or organization:
Was that the man from the PR agency?

6. PARTICULAR KIND OF MAN [countable]
a) a man who comes from a particular place, does a particular kind of work, or is connected with a particular organization, especially a university or company:
I think she married a Belfast man.
I’ve been a military man all my life.
Even a Harvard man has a lot to learn about politics.
b) a man who likes, or likes doing, a particular thing:
I’m more of a jazz man myself.
Are you a betting man?

7. man! spoken
a) used when speaking to an adult male, especially when you are excited, angry etc:
Stop talking nonsense, man!
b) used when speaking to someone, especially an adult male:
You look great, man!

8. SOLDIER [countable usually plural] a soldier or sailor who is under the authority of an officer:
The Captain ordered his men to fire.

9. HUSBAND [countable] informal a woman’s husband or boyfriend
sb’s man
She spent five years waiting for her man to come out of prison.

10. the man spoken
a) used to talk about a man you dislike, a man who has done something stupid etc:
Don’t listen to him – the man’s a complete idiot.
b) The Man American English old-fashioned someone who has authority over you, especially a police officer

11. sb’s your man spoken used to say that a particular man is the best person for a job, situation etc:
If you need repairs done in the house, Brian’s your man.

12. you da man! you’re the man! American English spoken used to praise someone for having done something well

13. our man spoken used by the police to refer to a man that they are watching or trying to find, especially because they think he is responsible for a crime:
Gareth couldn’t possibly be our man. He couldn’t possibly be a murderer.
Perhaps our man parked his car at the station and took the train.

14. our man in/at something a man who is the representative of a country or organization in a particular place:
our man in Rome
a report on the accident from our man at the scene

15. men in (grey) suits informal the men who control businesses, organizations etc, considered as a group, especially when you think they are boring

16. a man of his word a man you can trust, who will do what he has promised to do:
He had promised to help, and Sally knew that Dr Neil was a man of his word.

17. a man of few words a man who does not talk very much:
Being a man of few words, his message was short and to the point.

18. be your own man to behave and think independently without worrying about what other people think:
I’m my own man. I say what I believe.

19. the man of the moment/hour/year a man who has recently done something important:
Olson was the man of the hour when the team beat the Tigers.

20. it’s every man for himself spoken used to say that people will not help each other:
In journalism it’s every man for himself.

21. the man in the street (also the man on the Clapham omnibus British English old-fashioned) the average man or the average person Synonym : Joe Bloggs/Schmo:
This kind of music doesn’t appeal to the man in the street.

22. a man of the people a man who understands and expresses the views and opinions of ordinary people:
The prime minister is a man of the people.

23. a man’s man a man who enjoys being with other men and doing sports and activities with them, and is popular with men rather than women:
He enjoyed his reputation as a man’s man, but was careful never to neglect his family.

24. a ladies’ man a man who is popular with women and who likes to go out with a lot of different women:
Paul likes to think he’s a bit of a ladies’ man.

25. man and boy British English if a man has done something man and boy, he has done it all his life:
I’ve worked on that farm man and boy.

26. man and wife if a man and a woman are man and wife, they are married:
I now pronounce you man and wife (=you are now officially married).

27. live as man and wife if a man and a woman live as man and wife, they live together as if they are married, although they are not

28. as one man written if a group of people do something as one man, they do it together:
The audience rose as one man to applaud the singers.

29. to a man/to the last man written used to say that all the men in a group do something or have a particular quality:
They were socialists to a man.

30. man-about-town a rich man who goes out a lot to parties, clubs, theatres etc:
In his designer suit and shiny shoes he looked quite the man about town.

31. man of God/man of the cloth a priest:
You’d believe a man of the cloth, wouldn’t you?

32. my (good) man British English old-fashioned spoken used when talking to someone of a lower social class – do not use this phrase:
My good man, I really don’t think you should be here.

33. my man spoken used by some men to greet a friend:
Jason, my man! How’s it going?

34. your/yer man spoken used to talk about a particular man – used mainly in Ireland:
I’ve got to go and see yer man this afternoon.

35. SERVANT [countable] old-fashioned a male servant:
My man will drive you to the station.

36. GAME [countable] one of the pieces you use in a game such as chess

37. every man jack old-fashioned each person in a group:
Spies, every man jack of them, I’d bet.

38. kick/hit a man when he’s down to treat someone badly when you know that they already have problems:
Most of his rivals couldn’t resist kicking a man when he was down.

39. man’s best friend a dog

40. the man of the house the most important male member of a family, who is responsible for doing things such as paying bills, making important decisions etc:
Since my father’s death, my uncle was the man of the house.
best man, man-to-man, New Man, old man, ⇒ be a man/woman of the world at world1(21)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. man2 verb (past tense and past participle manned, present participle manning) [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: man, manhood, mankind; adjective: manlyunmanly, manned ≠ unmanned, mannish; verb: man; adverb: manfully]
to work at, use, or operate a system, piece of equipment etc:
A team of volunteers are manning the phones.
the first manned spacecraft

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. man3 interjection especially American English
used to emphasize what you are saying, especially when you are angry, surprised, disappointed etc:
Man, that was a lucky escape!
Oh, man! I can hear the bullets.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

man
noun
I. male person
ADJ. elderly, middle-aged, old, older, young a little old man
attractive, good-looking, handsome | ugly | short, tall | fat, thin | big, burly | little a nice little man
black, white | dark, dark-haired, fair, fair-haired | bearded | blind | sick | dead | intelligent, wise | great Several people made speeches in honour of the great man.
brave | charming, fine, good, kind, nice | honest | proud | quiet | bad, horrible What a horrible man!
arrogant | strange | brutal, hard, violent | married, single | family He's a family man who rarely goes out with his friends.
gay | professional | lucky He was a lucky man to have found such a partner.
poor, rich | betting, gambling I've never been a gambling man.
self-made | right-hand He found success hard to come by after losing his right-hand man.
innocent | free He walked out of court a free man.
condemned

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

man
II. human beings
ADJ. early, prehistoric, primitive | Stone Age, etc. | Neanderthal, etc.
PREP. in ~ In man the brain is highly developed.
PHRASES known to man the most poisonous substance known to man

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

man
noun
BAD: Every day the man is inventing new machines.
GOOD: Every day man is inventing new machines.

Usage Note:
When you mean 'the human race', use man (WITHOUT the ): 'I can't believe that man has actually stepped foot on the moon.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

man
n., slang
1. The police; a policeman.
I am gonna turn you in to the man.
2. The boss; the leader; the most important figure in an organization or outfit.
The man will decide.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

MAN
Metropolitan Area Network

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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