Supervision meaning

so͝opər-vĭzhən
The act, process, or function of supervising.
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Responsible oversight.

Do not attempt this without adequate supervision.

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Supervision is the act or process of directing a person or group of people.

An example of supervision is a teacher making sure their students are participating in class.

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A basic signaling function that indicates the status of a component, such as trunk idle or busy, telephone on-hook or off-hook. In early switchboard operation, a human operator put a receiver across a line to monitor the status of a call, to determine if the call was in progress or had been terminated. See also call, signaling and control, switchboard, and trunk.
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The act or instance of supervising.

Under his parents supervision he drilled the holes in the wood.

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Origin of supervision

  • From Latin supervisiō

    From Wiktionary