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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmannersmanners[plural] polite ways of behaving in social situations Her children all had such good manners. It’s bad manners to talk with your mouth full (=talk and eat at the same time). His manners were impeccable. Dad gave us a lecture about our table manners. You mind your manners, young man! ‘Lesley just got up and left.’ ‘Some people have no manners.’ Good heavens, child, where are your manners? manner
Examples from the Corpus
mind your mannersJack, mind your manners.
mannersmanners[plural] formal the customs of a particular group of people a book about the life and manners of Victorian London manner