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No trips to the Eastern sector for at least six months, and then only under strictest supervision. WALL GAMESNot for the faint-hearted, folks: don't try it without the supervision of a properly qualified person in attendance. A MEANS TO EVIL`Karl seems to find his Mediterranean interests in constant need of close, personal supervision. CORMORANT
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Translations for 'supervision'
British English: supervision NOUN
Supervision is the supervising of people, activities, or places.
A toddler requires close supervision and firm control at all times.
Definition of supervision from the Collins English Dictionary
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