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supervision 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌso͞opərˈviZHən/,
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supervisions, plural;
  1. The action of supervising someone or something
    • - students were under the supervision of the faculty member at all times
    • - she let them work without supervision

  1. management by overseeing the performance or operation of a person or group
  2. (supervise) oversee: watch and direct; "Who is overseeing this project?"
  3. (supervise) monitor: keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance; "we are monitoring the air quality"; "the police monitor the suspect's moves"
  4. (supervised) under observation or under the direction of a superintendent or overseer; "supervised play"
  5. (supervisory) of or limited to or involving supervision; "in a supervisory capacity"
  6. Bridget Flynn is a fictional comic book superhero, a member of the superhero team Dynamo 5, which appears in the monthly series of the same name from Image Comics. Created by writer Jay Faerber and artist Mahmud A. Asrar, the character first appeared in Dynamo 5 #1 (January 2007).
  7. The Watara Supervision (also known as the Quickshot Supervision in the UK) is a monochrome handheld game console, originating from Asia, and introduced in 1992 as a cut-price competitor for Nintendo's Game Boy. It came packaged with a game called Crystball, which is similar to Breakout. ...
  8. The act or instance of supervising; Responsible oversight
  9. (supervise) To direct, manage, or oversee; to be in charge
  10. (Supervise) to direct and inspect the performance of subordinates; to instruct subordinates in details of the work they perform (either directly or by enforcement of well-established rules), allot work, observe performance in detail and work with subordinates to improve performance.
  11. (SUPERVISE) oversee, direct, inspect or guide the work of others with responsibility for meeting performance standards. See Supervise for additional information.
  12. (supervise) Supervision is directing efforts of assistants in the audit and determining whether objectives were accomplished. ...
  13. (SUPERVISED) A term which refers to an alarm circuit that when cut or tampered with will initiate a fault or trouble signal to alert the builidng occupants.
  14. (Supervised) A general technique that uses information derived from a few areas of known identity to classify unknown pixels in the remaining image.
  15. (Supervised) In wireless technology, it is a system of keeping track of all transmitters that are programmed into a panel and their status.
  16. (Supervised) Is a learner which obtains both samples data and targets within a training dataset.
  17. (supervising) The ability to establish procedures for monitoring and regulating processes, tasks, or activities of employees and one's own job, taking actions to monitor the results of delegated tasks or projects.
  18. (Supervisory) An alarm generated by devices such as water detectors and low temperature detecotrs. This signal will reach the monitoring station even if the system is armed or disarmed.
  19. (Supervisory) row - three plans: Policy (D4), Procedures (D5); Rules and Regulations (D6)
  20. Process whereby the licensee visits the adoptive home during the probation period, to see if the child is adjusting well and to give advice and support.
  21. The use of a special signal sent automatically from the transmitter to the receiver to inform the receiver that the transmitter is operating properly.
  22. Teaching session in a small group (of between 1 and 4 students), with a specialist in your area of study (your supervisor). Supervisions are the main form of teaching in Cambridge. Known as tutorials in Oxford and elsewhere.
  23. The sum of the activities of a probation officer, or probation officers or other authorized personnel acting as a team, which includes the review of the conditions of probation with each probationer, offering instruction with regard thereto, keeping informed of the probationer's compliance with ...
  24. The action of the bodies, legislation and instruments that ensure the proper functioning and the transparency of financial markets.
  25. The necessary education, assistance, and control provided by one or more journey-level employees who is on the same job site at least 75 percent of each working day, unless otherwise approved by DAT.