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o·ver·see

 (ō′vər-sē′)
tr.v. o·ver·saw (-sô′), o·ver·seen (-sēn′), o·ver·see·ing, o·ver·sees
To watch over and direct; supervise.

oversee

(ˌəʊvəˈsiː)
vb (tr) , -sees, -seeing, -saw or -seen
1. to watch over and direct; supervise
2. to watch secretly or accidentally

o•ver•see

(ˌoʊ vərˈsi)

v.t. -saw, -seen, -see•ing.
1. to supervise; manage.
2. to observe secretly or unintentionally.
3. to survey or watch, as from a higher postition.
4. to examine; inspect.
[before 900]

oversee


Past participle: overseen
Gerund: overseeing

Imperative
oversee
oversee
Present
I oversee
you oversee
he/she/it oversees
we oversee
you oversee
they oversee
Preterite
I oversaw
you oversaw
he/she/it oversaw
we oversaw
you oversaw
they oversaw
Present Continuous
I am overseeing
you are overseeing
he/she/it is overseeing
we are overseeing
you are overseeing
they are overseeing
Present Perfect
I have overseen
you have overseen
he/she/it has overseen
we have overseen
you have overseen
they have overseen
Past Continuous
I was overseeing
you were overseeing
he/she/it was overseeing
we were overseeing
you were overseeing
they were overseeing
Past Perfect
I had overseen
you had overseen
he/she/it had overseen
we had overseen
you had overseen
they had overseen
Future
I will oversee
you will oversee
he/she/it will oversee
we will oversee
you will oversee
they will oversee
Future Perfect
I will have overseen
you will have overseen
he/she/it will have overseen
we will have overseen
you will have overseen
they will have overseen
Future Continuous
I will be overseeing
you will be overseeing
he/she/it will be overseeing
we will be overseeing
you will be overseeing
they will be overseeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overseeing
you have been overseeing
he/she/it has been overseeing
we have been overseeing
you have been overseeing
they have been overseeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overseeing
you will have been overseeing
he/she/it will have been overseeing
we will have been overseeing
you will have been overseeing
they will have been overseeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overseeing
you had been overseeing
he/she/it had been overseeing
we had been overseeing
you had been overseeing
they had been overseeing
Conditional
I would oversee
you would oversee
he/she/it would oversee
we would oversee
you would oversee
they would oversee
Past Conditional
I would have overseen
you would have overseen
he/she/it would have overseen
we would have overseen
you would have overseen
they would have overseen
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.oversee - watch and directoversee - watch and direct; "Who is overseeing this project?"
administer, administrate - work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of; "administer a program"; "she administers the funds"
build - order, supervise, or finance the construction of; "The government is building new schools in this state"

oversee

verb supervise, run, control, manage, direct, handle, conduct, look after, be responsible for, administer, inspect, preside over, keep an eye on, be on duty at, superintend, have or be in charge of Get a surveyor to oversee and inspect the various stages of the work.

oversee

verb
To direct and watch over the work and performance of others:
Translations
يُراقِب، يُشْرِفُ على
føre tilsyn med
hafa eftirlit meî
būt atbildīgam parpārraudzīt
nadzirati

oversee

[ˌəʊvəˈsiː] (oversaw (pt)) [ˌəʊvəˈsɔː] (overseen (pp)) [ˌəʊvəˈsiːn] VTsupervisar

oversee

[ˌəʊvərˈsiː] [oversaw] (pt) [overseen] (pp) vtsuperviser, surveiller

oversee

[ˌəʊvəˈsiː] (oversaw (pt)) [ˌəʊvəˈsɔː] (overseen (pp)) [ˌəʊvəˈsiːn] vtsorvegliare

oversee

(əuvəˈsiː) past tense ˌoverˈsaw (-ˈsoː) : past participle ˌoverˈseen verb
to supervise. He oversees production at the factory.
overseer (ˈəuvəsiə) noun
The overseer reported her for being late.
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I should think she'd hate to poke herself where she isn't wanted," said Jo crossly, for she disliked the trouble of overseeing a fidgety child when she wanted to enjoy herself.
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In the same way Scully had all the jobs in the fire department at his disposal, and all the rest of the city graft in the stockyards district; he was building a block of flats somewhere up on Ashland Avenue, and the man who was overseeing it for him was drawing pay as a city inspector of sewers.
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Mekki said there was no problem in terms of judges overseeing the referendum and that even if there were a shortage, the referendum could be held over several days to ensure judicial oversight over all ballot boxes.
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Bulls had worked on several mixed-use projects, including the developments at UPenn, as part of his job overseeing university partnerships for Jones Lang LaSalle.
Castellani: Sarbanes-Oxley imposed a number of new responsibilities on audit committees, particularly with respect to overseeing a company's relationship with its outside auditor.
His responsibilities there included overseeing the advertising, marketing and promotion of Nike's most important athletes, such as Bo Jackson, Deion Sanders, Picabo Street, Alonzo Mourning, and Ken Griffey Jr.
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In March of this year, Schubert was given responsibility of overseeing Ace's entry into the life insurance market.
The guidelines also outline responsibilities of directors of financial institutions in overseeing the protection of customer information.