Oversee vs. Overlook
I'm pretty sure you've heard these two words before, haven't you? Well, this time, we're gonna learn about all the differences and similarities.
What Is Their Main Difference?
Both are verbs. 'Overlook' indicates ignoring something/someone. 'Oversee', on the other hand, refers to controlling and watching over some people/things.
As stated above, 'overlook' signifies pretending that you have not seen somethin/someone. Look at the examples below:
I knew my daughter had broken the plate, but I
'Oversee', however, focuses on managing and watching over a group of people. Take a look at the examples below:
One of your tasks is to
They are paid to
They are only similar in that they are both transitive verbs. Check out the examples below:
The manager usually
Are They Interchangeable?
As it was clear above, they cannot be used interchangeably because their meanings differ. Compare:
✓ The judge seemingly
X The judge seemingly
As you can see, this one makes no sense.
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