fiscalizar

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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to preside over)
a. to control
El organismo fiscaliza los presupuestos para que no haya sobreprecios en la obra pública.The body controls the budgets to ensure there's no overpricing in public works.
b. to supervise
Las Naciones Unidas enviaron a veedores para que fiscalicen las elecciones.The United Nations sent inspectors to supervise the elections.
c. to inspect
El grandote de la puerta fiscaliza a los que entran y salen.The big guy at the door inspects anyone going in or out.
d. to oversee
Voy a fiscalizar el sorteo para asegurarnos de que no haya fraude.I will oversee the draw to make sure there's no fraud.
2. (to criticize)
a. to find fault with
La jefa quiere revisar el trabajo de todos para fiscalizar lo que hacemos.The boss likes to review everyone's work to find fault with everything we do.
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fiscalizar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (acción, persona)
a. to inquire into
2. (empresa)
a. to investigate for tax purposes
3. (cuentas)
a. to inspect for tax purposes
fiscalizar
transitive verb
1 (controlar) to control; (supervisar) to oversee; (registrar) to inspect (officially)
2 (criticar) to criticize; find fault with
3 (hurgar) to pry into
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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