I just wanna know what's the difference between " supervisor " and " superintendent " and where do we use them usually ?

A supervisor is any person who manages/oversees/supervises employees.

"Superintendent" is a specific job title that is assigned. Usually a superintendent would supervise an entire organization or facilty. You can be the superindentend of a school district, or a part, or a police station.
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