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Synonyms for oversee
ˌoʊ vərˈsi

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. oversee, supervise, superintend, manage(verb)

    watch and direct

    "Who is overseeing this project?"

    make do, supervise, contend, cope, wangle, finagle, handle, superintend, manage, pull off, monitor, negociate, grapple, carry off, bring off, make out, wield, get by, do, care, deal

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. oversee

    superintend, supervise

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. oversee(v. a.)

    superintend, supervise, overlook, inspect, boss, have charge of, have the direction of

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. oversee(v)

    superintend, supervise

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How to use oversee in a sentence?

  1. Sarika Bhattacharyya:

    The way it is today is that I work hard to strict deadlines but I work with my own flexibilities. If there are no meetings, then I can take my work home. This gives me the opportunity to oversee my young child as well.

  2. Liz Jacovino:

    Ideally collectors can leave guidance for executors, on who would be a good advisor to help oversee the collection, that way, the next generation can start to learn about what they have just inherited.

  3. Stephane Piat:

    There was a need to better oversee the clinical trial. We are in the process of doing that, and today everything is back to normal.

  4. Dan Caldwell:

    Senator Sanders will likely continue to try and tout his time as Senate VA Chairman. But an honest look at his time as chairman will show that he failed in his responsibility to oversee the VA and was not a leader in the fight to reform and fix the VA.

  5. Jack Bowles:

    My goal is to oversee a step change in New Category growth.

Translations for oversee

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  • überwachen, überblicken, leiten, beaufsichtigen, managenGerman
  • επιβλέπωGreek
  • nähdä, tarkkailla, valvoaFinnish
  • superviserFrench
  • לְפַקֵחַHebrew
  • overschouwen, overzien, bekijkenDutch
  • обозреватьRussian
  • mbikëqyrAlbanian
  • denetlemek, idare etmek, kontrol etmek, izlemek, gözetmek, yönetmek, bakmakTurkish

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