English version

within/outside the purview of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwithin/outside the purview of somebody/somethingwithin/outside the purview of somebody/somethingformalLIMIT within or outside the limits of someone’s job, activity, or knowledge This matter comes within the purview of the Department of Health. purview
Examples from the Corpus
within/outside the purview of somebody/somethingMr. Davis felt constrained to accept that such a case might be within the purview of the legislation.S.U. was to be encouraged, eliminating chains of assessment and decision making which had lain within the purview of the superintendent.Salary negotiations are normally not within the purview of the president.
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