One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The action of supervising someone or something.‘she let them work without supervision’‘students were under the supervision of the faculty member at all times’
administration, management, direction, control, chargeobservation, inspection, guidance, custody, charge, safe keeping, care, guardianship, wardship, leadershipView synonyms
- ‘Today, he is still under medical supervision, in the care of his mother.’
- ‘Therefore, regulation and supervision are needed.’
- ‘Their purpose is the supervision, monitoring or control of persons or places.’
- ‘In short, the world's international system of finance is heading for a new era - and one with little supervision or control.’
- ‘Secondly, this production regime is relatively costly in terms of its requirements for supervision and management.’
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