superviseverb

  • ja監視する、管理する
  • ento watch and direct; to be in charge of someone or something and ensure quality and safety

Examples

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We just have to put out a memo to the office
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and ask that someone come forward anonymously.
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Fine, I'll write it.
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No, I wanna write it.
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No.
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Angela, you never let me write accounting memos.
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Fine, I'll supervise.
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Okay, according to the internet, it should start to get thick.
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Keep whisking!
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It literally says don't stop whisking!
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We can take turns.
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But first, I'll supervise.
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Matter of fact, it's not ever on this show that we get an Oscar nominated, big Hollywood star.
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My man was in 'Superbad', he was in 'Wolf of Wall Street.'
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He's making his directorial debut for a movie that he wrote and supervised the music on.
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Picked all the music on 'Mid90s.'
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Everybody is buzzing about this film.
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I'd like to welcome to 'For The Record,' my man, Jonah Hill.
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Thanks for having me, Rob.
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At times, Peggy even surpasses her mentor,
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like when she wins the Heinz ketchup account with a pitch that’s better than his...
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J. Walter Thompson. Bought it in the room.
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Are you kidding me?
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...or after the merger, when she ends up supervising his work for the first time.
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The last portion of the movie, I'm wearing a hat the whole time,
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so I decided to just get a haircut.
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But I went to like a barber in, like, a strip mall there, which—
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And you've done movies.
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You're not supposed to actually cut your hair
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- without them actually supervising it. - Yes, there's continuity and stuff.
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I'm Dae.
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I work at Cut.
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I'm Chan, I also work at Cut.
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I supervise Dae.
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Thank you, Master Chan.