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control, steering, steering committee, facilitator, steer, direct, facilitate

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4289 control1a
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As a Noun: 1. The power and authority to do what you want or to make all the important decisions about how something is run; the ability to make something behave exactly as you want. English = control. 2. Control you exercise over the direction that someone or something goes, especially horses. English = steering. 3. A committee established to oversee the progress and direction of a project team. English = steering committee. 4. A person whose job or task is to help make things happen or to get results from a group of people, especially in a workshop or training environment. English = facilitator. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To exercise power and authority so that you do what you want or you make all the important decisions about how something is run; to be able to make something behave exactly as you want. English = control. 2. To control the direction that someone or something goes, especially horses. English = steer, direct. 3. To work with and lead a group of people in order to make things happen, especially as part of a workshop or training session. English = facilitate.