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supervise is a synonym of manage

verb [ soo-per-vahyz ]

supervise is another word for manage

Manage refers to being in control of or guiding something, especially a group of people, a business, or the like (I knew I could manage the estate).

Supervise refers to overseeing something, such as a group of people, a project, or similar (I was told to supervise the group project).

Supervise can be used in a variety of circumstances, but you’ll usually see manage used in the context of a workplace (I supervised the Girl Scout group when we went on a trip; I managed twenty employees).

✅ In the context of a workplace, manage can suggest a more hands-off approach than supervise. Supervise tends to be more specific and evocative than manage.

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cooperation is a synonym of assistance

noun [ koh-op-uh-rey-shuhn ]

cooperation is another word for assistance

Assistance refers to help or support that you’re getting from someone or something (I need your assistance with the laundry).

Cooperation refers to help from someone, often in pursuit of a joint goal, and can also refer to someone going along with what you want to do (The project could only finish on time with the cooperation of the whole department).

Assistance implies that the person assisting you may have a smaller role (I appreciated your assistance with the costumes), whereas cooperation implies that you’re equals, or that the goal requires an equal effort from all involved (There’s full cooperation between the cast and crew).

Cooperation also suggests that you can’t do what you want to do without the other party (We can’t put on the play without the city’s cooperation).

Practice for a job interview by writing something you achieved with someone else’s cooperation with the help of Grammar Coach.

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methodical is a synonym of structured

adjective [ muh-thod-i-kuhl ]

methodical is another word for structured

Structured describes something that has a defined makeup, or is clearly organized or planned (Her work day was very structured).

Methodical describes something done in a systematic and organized way (The detective took a methodical approach to the case).

Structured implies an orderly approach that should be followed and might be applicable to different situations (The school employed a structured approach to teaching). Structured generally suggests a predetermined system or plan that is external to you.

Structured says more about the situation you’re in; methodical says more about you and your skills (She was a very methodical worker).

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