The Word is:”man”
noun: man; plural noun: men; noun: Man; noun: the Man
1. an adult human male.
“a small man with mischievous eyes”
synonyms: worker, workman, labourer, helper, hand, blue-collar worker
“the men voted to go on strike”
“he had a platoon of forty men to prepare for battle”
“a Cambridge man”
“she was more of a man than any of them”
“Inspector Bull was sure they would find their man”
2. a human being of either sex; a person.
“God cares for all men”
“all men are mortal”
“a man could buy a lot with eighteen million dollars”
a group or person in a position of authority over others, such as a corporate employer or the police.
“they’ve mastered their emotive grunge-pop without haggling with the Man”
white people collectively regarded as the controlling group in society.
“he urged that black college athletes boycott the Man’s Rose Bowl”
4. a figure or token used in playing a board game.
verb: man; 3rd person present: mans; past tense: manned; past participle: manned; gerund or present participle: manning
1. (of personnel) work at, run, or operate (a place or piece of equipment) or defend (a fortification).
“the helpline is manned by trained staff”
synonyms: staff, crew, occupy, people
“the office is manned from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.”
“firemen manned the pumps”
“the chaplaincy was formerly manned by the cathedral”
fortify the spirits or courage of.
“he manned himself with dauntless air”
1. used, irrespective of the sex of the person addressed, to express surprise, admiration, delight, etc., or for emphasis.
“wow, like cosmic, man”
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