1 an unintentional omission resulting from failure to notice something [syn: inadvertence]
2 management by overseeing the performance or operation of a person or group [syn: supervision, supervising, superintendence]
3 a mistake resulting from inattention [syn: lapse]
- Czech: přehlédnutí
- Greek: αβλεψία
Oversight may refer to:
- Government regulation — The role of an official authority in regulating a separate authority.
- Checks and balances — The concept whereby separate agencies exercise balancing correctional authority over one another.
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