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supervisor

Saltos de línea: super|visor
Pronunciación: /ˈsuːpəvʌɪzə
 
, ˈsjuː/

Definición de supervisor en inglés:

sustantivo

1A person who supervises a person or an activity.
Example sentences
  • Here's what's surprising to me: 27 percent had come to the attention of supervisors for suspicious activities prior to the crime they were caught committing.
  • Higher-level managers often spot-quiz supervisors about their new employees: What are his hobbies?
  • This result corresponds with the presumed deficit in supervisory training of agricultural supervisors and managers and the results of this study.
Sinónimos
1.1A person who directs and oversees the work of a postgraduate research student.
Example sentences
  • Work done by university staff acting as supervisors for postgraduate students can be viewed in the same way.
  • Teacher educators, supervisors, and professors who teach, mentor, and advise preservice teachers should consider the resistant nature of teacher efficacy beliefs.
  • To such supervisors, research students may represent a source of cheap research labour.

Derivados

supervisory

1
adjetivo
Example sentences
  • Second, employees find their work is more reliant on others' performance because buffers in the system such as spare inventory, extra staff, supervisory management, and specialist inspectors have been removed.
  • Because of corporate change supervisory and middle management is becoming more and more interactive.
  • Over the coming months, we will be steadily paying more attention to firms' arrangements for managing their fraud risks as part of our general supervisory and other regulatory activities.

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