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supervision

[soo-per-vizh-uh n] /ˌsu pərˈvɪʒ ən/
noun
1.
the act or function of supervising; superintendence.
Origin
1615-1625
1615-25; < Medieval Latin supervīsiōn- (stem of supervīsiō) oversight, equivalent to super- super- + vīsiōn- vision
Related forms
nonsupervision, noun
presupervision, noun
prosupervision, adjective
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Examples for supervision
  • These are people who are not under anyone's supervision.
  • They must also complete many hours of fieldwork under supervision.
  • The results suggest that freshly minted medical residents may need added supervision, or extra lessons in dispensing meds safely.
  • Initial costs may be high currently, but when such plants are up and running, they don't need much supervision.
  • Residencies attempt to mitigate potential harm through supervision and graduated responsibility.
  • We are strengthening central bank supervision and eliminating local authorities administrative interference.
  • New demands for central supervision must therefore be combined with a reversal of centrism in other areas.
  • Inside, a bounty of produce thrives under the supervision of a computer-controlled network of sensors, motors and plumbing.
  • With an adult's supervision, install a gaming system.
  • supervision of the program in summer session as well as during the academic year is normally required.

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