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supervisoryadjective

uk   us   /ˌsuːpəˈvaɪzəri/ WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT
relating to the work of making sure that workers and companies are obeying rules, doing their work correctly and safely, etc.: Members of the public are angry about the supervisory and regulatory failings that allowed the financial crisis to develop.supervisory capacity/role/position He will not be allowed to act in any supervisory capacity for three years.supervisory authority/agency The bank will cooperate fully with the banking supervisory authorities in order to clarify the matter. supervisory procedures/policies/powers supervisory staff/personnel/workers
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