Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Supervisor"

The meaning of "Supervisor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does When your supervisor says, "Do that", Is it considered as "not nice"?
I know it's not rude. Does it sound impolite?

Thank you in advance mean?
A: imperative form doesn't always mean you're giving orders so I disagree. how you say something matters, intent matters, what you mean depends on many things. how your tone was, how your facial expressions were... we'd need to know the specifics really, but it's not like there are clear lines to social interaction and how they should be either. people will have different opinions on this. if they're agreeing on what you said you want to do or you think you should do and they were saying "yeah, do that" as a response then it just sounds to me like they're satisfied with it and not being rude at all. I think not being super polite every minute also gives the sense that there's a level of relationship that's been built anyways, even with your supervisor or boss. But others might disagree. I'd say intent also matters here which we can mostly determine by the servicing of that sentence. They could even be bothered by you pointing out your opinions and sounding smarter than them and be saying this in a dismissive tone like an asshole as well, and that's why how you say it and intent matters imho.
Q: What does supervisor mean?
A: It means you stalk your loved ones till they sleep
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mean?
A: kierownik
Q: What does sanitary supervisor mean?
A: Not slang, I think it means cleaner. I guess it is used to make the job seem more important.

Example sentences using "Supervisor"

Q: Please show me example sentences with supervisor.
A: Examples with supervisor:

"Can I speak to your supervisor?"

"It is the supervisor's job to look over the employees"

Synonyms of "Supervisor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between supervisor and manager ?
A: they are pretty much the same thing
Q: What is the difference between "supervisor" and "surveillant" ?
A: Supervisor is a person who supervises or watches a persons activity. Surveillant is one that exercises surveillance. Almost the same thing but supervisor or supervise is more commonly used.
Q: What is the difference between supervisor and administrator ?
A: They are extremely similar. Both are synonyms for manager, boss, governor. All are in charge of others. Supervisor although can be someone in lead of an event, something that may only happen once. Administrator is someone in charge of an organization or business, and could be in charge of several supervisors. I would not say they are directly related to managing computers necessarily, in computer terms "computer administrator" is someone who can make changes to the computer system.
Q: What is the difference between supervisor and boss and manager ?
A: Supervisor is your direct leader who assigns you assignments or responsible for and overseeing your performance. Both boss and manager could be a supervisor of someone depending on his job title

Translations of "Supervisor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? my supervisor always gets away with not taking responsibility. does this sentence sounds natural?
A: Yes, that sounds natural.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? supervisor
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 今までお世話になりました、これからもよろしくお願いします(to my supervisor who will move to another office but still work in the same company )
A: You can say"Thank you for all of your guidance until now. "
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? supervisor
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Other questions about "Supervisor"

Q: I am grateful to my supervisors, for the patient guidance and advice they has provided me as I was forging through in a field in which I had little background does this sound natural?
A: I am grateful to my supervisors [leave out the comma] for the patient guidance and advice they [leave out "has"] provided me as I was forging through [leave out "in"] a field in which I had little background.
Q: A : He is doing well as supervisor
B : He{'s} certainly taken to management

First, does 's in the { } mean has or is? and
what sentence B actually means?
( suited to management? having a talent to management? interested in management?...what? )

Would you please tell me? :)
Thanks in advance!!
A: it means "He has", it's a contraction. the apostrophe (') replaces the h and the a of "has"......He'(ha)s certainly taken to management. the sentence means he has discovered his talent for management.
Q: The supervisor takes it for granted that they often stay late and work overtime, so they quit their jobs.(or that's why they quit their jobs.)

does this sound natural?
A: The supervisor took his employees for granted, often making them stay late and work overtime...
Q: If A is my supervisor at work, can I introduce myself to client as I am Rex who is under the purview of A?
A: "Purview" means the range of things a person knows and can do -- for example, a chef's purview is cooking, cleaning and writing menus. It doesn't mean "people that you supervise".
Q: The supervisor notices us that we are banned from bringing anything other than writting materials. does this sound natural?
A: The supervisor notified us that we are not allowed to bring anything other than writing materials.

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