Friday, 19 September 2014


Today's WOTD is: "gerente" = manager

In Spanish, “gerente” is a masculine noun of Latin origin, the main meaning of which is manager (male*) as in:
  • El gerente ha dimitido (the manager has resigned);

*NB Although the feminine form “gerenta” could be used when meaning a female manager, it is quite common to use the term “gerente”.

Some Spanish expressions with the word “gerente” are:
  • Gerente comercial (business manager);
  • Gerente de compras (purchasing manager);
  • Gerente de cuenta (account manager);
  • Gerente de desarollo (development manager);
  • Gerente de logística (logistics manager);
  • Gerente de producto (product manager);
  • Gerente de proyecto (project manager);
  • Gerente de ventas (sales manager);
  • Gerente general (general manager); loves the word "gerente" in the YouTube clip: Pipeyy El Micha- Gerente

For more on the word "gerente", visit: Gerente

*NB 'Click' on the speaker icon next to the word “gerente” in the link to hear the word pronounced.

Spanish lessons online
Skype/ Google+ Hangout/ Facetime
Great lessons
© Copyright 2014 by Jose M González. All Rights Reserved.
Post a Comment