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supervisor
American English: /ˈsupərˌvaɪzər/
British English: /ˈsuːpəvʌɪzə/

Translation of supervisor in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (overseer)
    supervisor, (-sora) (masculine, feminine)
    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.
    1.2 (official) (in US)
    alcalde, (-desa) (masculine, feminine)
    (elegido anualmente o cada dos años)
    1.3 (in UK university)
    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.

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