Examples of supervisor in a Sentence
The supervisor fired him after he showed up at work drunk.
If you have a problem, go to your supervisor.
Recent Examples of supervisor from the Web
Dowling has been with the Schererville Police Department since 1984, with much of that time as a supervisor and administrator, and always thought about running for sheriff.
At the time of a 1993 Press-Register interview, Fortune, then 58, was facility supervisor at the rec center in Rickarby Park.
Davis walked into the hallway and called a supervisor.
According to The Washington Post, union president Gabriel Adegoke says the supervisor who ordered the woman removed was fired, but the second male officer at the scene was not.
A male supervisor, who ordered that the patient be removed from the hospital, was also fired.
Whoever the supervisors choose will serve out the remainder of District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis’ term, about 18 months.
The bride, 31, works in New York as a senior account supervisor at Mslgroup, a global communications and strategic planning agency that is a subsidiary of the Publicis Group in Paris.
State law gives DCFS 60 days to complete investigations unless supervisors grant extensions because medical and police reports or other critical information is pending.
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Origin and Etymology of supervisor
Middle English, from Medieval Latin, from supervidēre
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
SUPERVISOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of supervisor for English Language Learners
: a person who supervises someone or something
SUPERVISOR Defined for Kids
Definition of supervisor for Students
1 : a person who is in charge of others
2 : an officer in charge of a unit or an operation of a business, government, or school
Legal Definition of supervisor
: one that directs or oversees a person, group, department, organization, or operation; specifically : the popularly elected chief administrative official of a township or other subdivision in some states of the U.S.
supervisory\ˌsü-pər-ˈvī-zə-rē\ play adjective
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