An example of invigilate is to proctor students taking the SAT.
Origin of invigilate; from Classical Latin invigilatus, past participle of invigilare ; from in-, in, on + vigilare, to watch: see vigil
(third-person singular simple present invigilates, present participle invigilating, simple past and past participle invigilated)
- (intransitive) To oversee a test or exam.
- Professor Burns will be invigilating over the final examinations to ensure that the students do not cheat.