superviseverb [I or T]uk /ˈsuː.pə.vaɪz/ us /-pɚ-/
- The United Nations is to supervise the handover of the prisoners of war.
- With 20 kids running round and only two adults to supervise, it was complete mayhem.
- Foreign officials are supervising the elections.
- He was employed to supervise the computerization of records.
- I supervise a team of ten customer relations staff.
- balance of power
- have sb by the balls idiom
- have sb eating out of your hand idiom
- have sb in the palm of your hand idiom
- have sth in hand idiom
- pull rank idiom
- pull the strings idiom