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Translation of "supervise" - English-Spanish dictionary

supervise

verb   /ˈsuː·pə·vaɪz/ ( present participle supervising, past tense and past participle supervised)
to watch a person or activity and make certain that everything is done correctly, safely, etc. supervisar Students must be supervised by a teacher at all times.
(Definition of supervise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

supervise

verb /ˈsuːpəvaiz/
to direct, control or be in charge of (work, workers etc) supervisar, controlar She supervises the catering staff.
supervision /-ˈviʒən/ noun
the act or work of supervising or state of being supervised supervisión The firm’s accounts are under the personal supervision of the manager These children should have more supervision.
supervisor noun
a person who supervises supervisor a factory supervisor.
(Definition of supervise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “supervise”
in Korean 감독하다…
in Arabic يُشْرِف…
in Malaysian menyelia…
in French diriger…
in Russian наблюдать, руководить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 監督,管理,指導…
in Italian sovrintendere, sorvegliare…
in Turkish denetlemek, nezaret etmek, yönetmek…
in Polish nadzorować…
in Vietnamese giám sát…
in Portuguese supervisionar…
in Thai ตรวจตรา…
in German beaufsichtegen…
in Catalan supervisar…
in Japanese ~を監督する, 指導する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 监督,管理,指导…
in Indonesian mengawasi…
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