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supervision

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌsuːpəˈvɪʒən/ MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE
the activity of managing a department, project, etc. and of making sure that things are done correctly and according to the rules: supervision of sb/sth Supervision of capital markets will help to mobilize resources for investment in the least-developed countries. Central banks need operational independence from politicians if regulation and supervision are to be effective. banking/financial/regulatory supervision government/state/federal supervision under the supervision of sb/sth Cleaning-up operations are taking place under the supervision of the EPA, but progress has been slow.under supervision Students on the course have the opportunity to do legal work under supervision.close/direct/strict supervision All repair work is being performed cautiously and with close supervision.
Translations of “supervision”
in Korean 감독…
in Arabic إشْراف…
in Portuguese supervisão…
in Catalan supervisió…
in Japanese 監視, 監督…
in Italian supervisione, sorveglianza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 監督,管理,指導…
in Russian наблюдение, руководство…
in Turkish denetleme, nezaret, idare…
in Chinese (Simplified) 监督,管理,指导…
in Polish nadzór…
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