Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

nadzorować in English:

1. superintend superintend



English word "nadzorować"(superintend) occurs in sets:

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Fiszki z książki - "The Outcaste" (F. E. Penny)
Fiszki z książki - "The Old Road" (Hilaire Belloc)

2. oversee oversee


My friend oversees my every workout
I came back because someone has to oversee the company.
I oversee all the expenses.
Your duty is to oversee the general running of the household.
The ombudsman is to oversee investigations of misconduct.
her ​job is to oversee all the company's ​advertising.
I wouldn't like to oversee a lot of people
Do you know who oversees the day-to-day operations of the company
He was the kind of man you might see watching cricket in a Panama hat, and had apparently overseen the management of the castle since retiring from his well-paid job in the city.
The same controls can also oversee your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning programmes, using pre-programmed settings to guarantee appropriate temperatures at given times of day
In some cases the Council has simply undermined the overseeing of human rights.
oversaw, overseen
A team leader was appointed to oversee the project
I oversee projects
It's one of the government agencies that oversee the airline industry.

English word "nadzorować"(oversee) occurs in sets:

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3. supervise supervise


While she is writing, her dad will supervise.
I was asked to supervise this project.
I will supervise the organisation of the new department.
We'll have to supervise her work
He’s supposed to be supervising other people’s work, not having his work supervised!
Which section of the works do you supervise?
Somebody supervises production.
I supervise the work of existing hotels and the construction of new sites.
Lifeguards supervise the beach in the summer to make sure nobody gets into difficulties in the sea.
Every second day I supervise my sister during doing homework.
I supervise the assembly of belt conveyor.

English word "nadzorować"(supervise) occurs in sets:

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4. be in charge


Can I be in charge of music?
Polly will be in charge, if you need anything.

English word "nadzorować"(be in charge) occurs in sets:

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5. invigilate


We went to a secondary school to invigilate today.

English word "nadzorować"(invigilate) occurs in sets:

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6. police


Call the police.
The police made the witness explain in detail how the accident had happened.
The police spent hours searching Tom's place, but they couldn't find the murder weapon.
He suddenly took a defiant attitude toward the police officer.
Police immediately sealed off the streets around the hotel as they searched for the bomb.
Racial profiling is a controversial police tactic.
In London, the police are always worried about finding a bomb on the train or subway.
A burglar broke into the convenience store last month, but I heard the police caught him yesterday.
He was taken away by four police officers in the middle of the night.
The man who she knew was wanted by the police suddenly appeared at the back door.
Tom didn't leave a suicide note, so the police suspect murder.
The police think that Tom was stabbed before his throat was slit.
Our city police have a new campaign targeting drunken driving.
Having all of you here is more reassuring than having the police or anybody else.
It is not evident whether the police followed the usual search procedures.

English word "nadzorować"(police) occurs in sets:

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