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to supervise

  • 1 supervisar

    v.
    to supervise.
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    1 to supervise
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    verb
    to supervise, oversee
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    verbo transitivo to supervise
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    = monitor, oversee, supervise, superintend, overlook.
    Ex. Ideally it should be possible to include some form of student assessment or to monitor the student's progress.
    Ex. Nevertheless, checking and proofreading must be overseen by the editor.
    Ex. The deputy librarian or deputy director's duties are to take the place of the director in his absence, to organize the general routine of the library, to supervise the staff and to deal with matters such as interviews, appointments and resignations.
    Ex. However, Her Majesty's Stationery Office (HMSO) retains responsibility for managing and superintending such official documents.
    Ex. Her work essentially involves overlooking the operations of the group a and some of its subsidiaries.
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    verbo transitivo to supervise
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    = monitor, oversee, supervise, superintend, overlook.

    Ex: Ideally it should be possible to include some form of student assessment or to monitor the student's progress.

    Ex: Nevertheless, checking and proofreading must be overseen by the editor.
    Ex: The deputy librarian or deputy director's duties are to take the place of the director in his absence, to organize the general routine of the library, to supervise the staff and to deal with matters such as interviews, appointments and resignations.
    Ex: However, Her Majesty's Stationery Office (HMSO) retains responsibility for managing and superintending such official documents.
    Ex: Her work essentially involves overlooking the operations of the group a and some of its subsidiaries.

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    supervisar [A1 ]
    vt
    to supervise
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    supervisar ( conjugate supervisar) verbo transitivo
    to supervise
    supervisar verbo transitivo to supervise, oversee
    ' supervisar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    oversee
    - supervise
    - over
    - steward
    - superintend
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    to supervise
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    v/t supervise
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    : to supervise, to oversee
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    supervisar vb to supervise

    Spanish-English dictionary > supervisar

  • 2 tutelar

    adj.
    1 tutelary (law).
    2 protecting.
    3 tutorial.
    f. & m.
    1 guardian, protector.
    2 tutor.
    v.
    to act as guardian to.
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    1 tutelary
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    1.
    2.
    VT (=proteger) to protect, guard; (=guiar) to advise, guide; (=vigilar) to supervise, oversee
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    I
    adjetivo (Der) tutelary; ( protector) guardian (before n)
    II
    verbo transitivo to have the charge of (frml)
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    = umbrella, tutelary, take + Nombre + under + Posesivo + wings.
    Ex. SCOCLIS is the umbrella body for the 30 UK local networks which deal in commercial and technical information resources.
    Ex. What these groups want is something which is not easy to describe; it is something more tutelary than the majority of subject bibliographies.
    Ex. Peco then took Smile under his wings and taught him how to play the game of ping pong.
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    * centro tutelar de menores = juvenile detention centre.
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    I
    adjetivo (Der) tutelary; ( protector) guardian (before n)
    II
    verbo transitivo to have the charge of (frml)
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    = umbrella, tutelary, take + Nombre + under + Posesivo + wings.

    Ex: SCOCLIS is the umbrella body for the 30 UK local networks which deal in commercial and technical information resources.

    Ex: What these groups want is something which is not easy to describe; it is something more tutelary than the majority of subject bibliographies.
    Ex: Peco then took Smile under his wings and taught him how to play the game of ping pong.
    * centro tutelar de menores = juvenile detention centre.

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    1 ( Der) tutelary
    2 (protector) guardian ( before n)
    tutelar2 [A1 ]
    vt
    to have the charge of ( frml)
    tutelaba al huérfano un tío materno a maternal uncle had (the) charge of the orphan o was the orphan's guardian, the orphan was in the charge of a maternal uncle
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    tutelar adjetivo tutelary
    ' tutelar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tribunal
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    adj
    1. Der tutelary
    2. [protector] tutelary;
    los dioses tutelares del hogar the gods of the hearth
    vt
    1. [supervisar] to supervise, to oversee;
    un proceso tutelado por la Administración a process supervised by the Administration;
    hacer prácticas tuteladas en una empresa to do supervised work experience in a firm;
    casa tutelada [para mujeres maltratadas] refuge;
    [para ancianos] sheltered housing
    2. [derechos] to protect
    3. Pol to protect
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    I adj tutelary
    II v/t fig
    supervise

    Spanish-English dictionary > tutelar

  • 3 tutorizar

    VT = tutelar 2.
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    tutorizar [A4 ]
    vt
    to supervise

    Spanish-English dictionary > tutorizar

  • 4 administrar

    • administer
    • administrate
    • direct
    • gister
    • give a bad image of
    • manacle
    • manage
    • manage not to fall
    • purulent
    • purveyance
    • run
    • superintend
    • supervise

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > administrar

  • 5 dirigir

    • direct
    • gout
    • govern
    • govern oneself
    • lead on
    • manacle
    • manage
    • manage not to fall
    • operate
    • run
    • supervise

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > dirigir

  • 6 fiscalizar

    • keep an eye on
    • pry into
    • supervise

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fiscalizar

  • 7 habilitar

    • furnish
    • haberdasheries
    • hability to supervise

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > habilitar

  • 8 supervisar

    • insouciant
    • inspecting
    • oversee
    • superintend
    • supervise

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > supervisar

См. также в других словарях:

  • supervise — su‧per‧vise [ˈsuːpəvaɪz ǁ pər ] verb [intransitive, transitive] to be in charge of a group of people or a particular area of work: • She supervises 26 workers in a business with annual sales of £4 million. • As managing director, he is… …   Financial and business terms

  • Supervise — Su per*vise , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Supervised}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Supervising}.] [Pref. super + L. visere to look at attentively, to view, surely, intens. from videre, visum, to see. Cf. {Survise}, and {Survey}.] 1. To oversee for direction; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • supervise — ► VERB ▪ observe and direct the performance of (a task or activity) or the work of (a person). DERIVATIVES supervision noun supervisor noun supervisory adjective. ORIGIN Latin supervidere survey, supervise …   English terms dictionary

  • Supervise — Su per*vise , n. Supervision; inspection. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • supervise — I verb administer, care, caretake, check, command, conduct, control, direct, discipline, govern, guide, handle, have charge of, lead, look after, manage, moderate, officiate, operate, oversee, pilot, preside, preside over, regulate, rule, steer,… …   Law dictionary

  • supervise communications — index censor Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • supervise — 1580s, to look over, from M.L. supervisus, pp. of supervidere oversee, inspect, from L. super over (see SUPER (Cf. super )) + videre see (see VISION (Cf. vision)). Meaning to oversee and superintend the work or performance of others is attested… …   Etymology dictionary

  • supervise — is spelt vise, not vize. See ize, ise …   Modern English usage

  • supervise — [v] manage people, project administer, be in charge*, be in driver’s seat*, be in the saddle, be on duty, be responsible for, boss, call the play*, call the shots*, chaperon, conduct, control, crack the whip*, deal with, direct, handle, inspect,… …   New thesaurus

  • supervise — [so͞o′pər vīz΄] vt., vi. supervised, supervising [< ML supervisus, pp. of supervidere < L super (see SUPER ) + videre, to see: see VISION] to oversee, direct, or manage (work, workers, a project, etc.); superintend supervision… …   English World dictionary

  • supervise — verb ADVERB ▪ carefully, closely, directly, strictly, well ▪ The children will be closely supervised at all times. ▪ fully, properly …   Collocations dictionary

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