the sergeant left to supervise the loading of the trucks
observe and direct the execution of (a task, project, or activity).
translation of 'supervise'
As I 'supervise' new students, explain myself to colleagues, examine more degrees for outside institutions, defend our discipline and plan strategies to advance it, I can see one thing clearly.
The shift to an increasingly mobile workforce means that many managers 'supervise' employees they rarely see face-to-face.
Extra personnel are taken on each year to 'supervise' students with physical disabilities, hearing difficulties, visual impairments and dyslexia.
The families said if he had employed three more security staff to 'supervise' exit doors on the night of the fire, it would have cost him £50 more in wages or about £1 for each life lost.
Its objective is to win hearts and minds not to 'supervise' the activities that need to be carried out to make the changes effective.
Make sure they know how to handle art, and 'supervise' the work so nothing gets damaged, he also suggested.
the sergeant left to 'supervise' the loading of the lorries
For instance, one rule states that a person who is educated overseas cannot operate or 'supervise' a pharmacy that is less than three years old.
If it's that important, then I say go there and 'supervise' the work yourself.
The authority will regulate and 'supervise' the operations of non-banking financial institutions in the country.
The accountancy bodies will continue to 'supervise' their members and firms.
When the era of the affordable computer hit, we dumped most of these services in favor of do-it-yourself solutions because it was cheaper and easier to 'supervise' work done in-house.
But more often the causes were informational: it was too costly to monitor quality on the output side, and firms needed to observe and 'supervise' workers in the plant itself.
A master craftsman would 'supervise' a large-scale project, with a strictly ranked team working under him.
The other objective was to help auditors understand the art of imparting skills needed to supervise and oversee not just internal audit, but also to 'supervise' audit teams and departments.
He decides to censor it and to 'supervise' the author, watching out for further subversiveness lest it become necessary to deport him to an island.
He said even the special purpose vehicle which is responsible for the project implementation had already been put in place to oversee and 'supervise' the actual project.
the sergeant left to 'supervise' the loading of the trucks
Although she did not perform the carving or printing herself, she wanted to have a basic understanding to 'supervise' the process.
‘Here, we 'supervise' students and carry out research on the ecology, genetics and conservation of freshwater and marine molluscs in the rivers of the Amazon basin,’ he explains.
Our artists are directly involved in 'supervising' the printing process.
He 'supervised' a staff of 100 to build a single system to research and process the insurance that guarantees to lenders that your property is free of liens and claims.
At daybreak he was [already] managing accounts and at the same time 'supervising' the workers.
Of necessity they have been learning on the job, developing ad hoc methods of reading when little or no guidelines were supplied in the discipline's infancy, and extrapolating from what they have gleaned 'supervising' their own students.
Nenni, who 'supervises' us, has ordered us to pick fresh strawberries.
A few years ago I was 'supervising' a Masters student who was writing an autobiographical novel.
He served as the overall director, 'supervising' the army of over 200 artists entrusted with realising the film in the frighteningly brief period of eleven months.
Secondly, this production regime is relatively costly in terms of its requirements for 'supervision' and management.
He points out some obvious arguments, it's the parents fault for not 'supervising' their kids, his anecdotes are fictional, they are only words after all.
He 'supervises' a staff of research analysts and portfolio managers for the Durham, North Carolina, firm.
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