careful, close, intensive, strict
adequate, effective, proper
constant, day-to-day, regular

New employees are trained to work without direct supervision.

general, overall

The elections will be held under international supervision.

adult, clinical, expert, medical, parental, personal
court, federal, judicial

He's now under court supervision.

the federal supervision of state elections

need, require
get, have, receive
exercise, give sb, offer (sb), provide (sb with)

The facilities offer only minimal supervision for young offenders.

be responsible for

The head porter is responsible for the supervision and allocation of duties.

keep sb/sth under

He needs to be kept under strict supervision.

improve, tighten, tighten up
order (BrE)

The local authority can apply for a supervision order for the child.

under (sb's) supervision

under the close supervision of her teachers

with supervision, without supervision

Children are not allowed to swim without adequate supervision.

supervision by

They still require supervision by colleagues.

supervision from

Trainees will receive personal supervision from experienced staff.

a lack of supervision

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