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supervisornoun [C]

/ˈsuː.pə.vaɪ.zər/ us   /ˈsuː.pɚ.vaɪ.zɚ/
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supervisornoun [C]

uk   /ˈsuːpəvaɪzər/ us   /-pɚvaɪzə˞/ MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE
a person who is in charge of a group of people or an area of work and who makes sure that the work is done correctly and according to the rules: All managers and supervisors should be familiar with policy and procedures relating to equal employment opportunities. A significant proportion of workers felt they had been bullied by their immediate supervisor. a sales/factory/catering supervisor
(Definition of supervisor from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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