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  1. watch

    • IPA[wɒtʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      look at or observe attentively over a period of time;keep under careful, protective, or secret observation
    • n.
      a small timepiece worn typically on a strap on one's wrist;an act or instance of carefully observing someone or something over a period of time
    • noun: watch, plural noun: watches

    • verb: watch, 3rd person present: watches, gerund or present participle: watching, past tense: watched, past participle: watched

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. look at or observe attentively over a period of time:

      Lucy watched him go

      as she watched, two women came into the garden

    • 2. keep under careful, protective, or secret observation:

      there aren't enough staff to watch him properly

      he told me my telephones were tapped and that I was being watched

    • 3. observe and guard in a protective way:

      I guess I can rest a while, with you here to watch over me

    • 4. follow closely or maintain an interest in:

      the girls watched the development of this relationship with incredulity

    • 5. exercise care, caution, or restraint about:

      most women watch their diet during pregnancy

      you should watch what you say!

    • 6. look out or be on the alert for:

      in spring and summer, watch for kingfishers

      watch out for broken glass

    • 7. be careful:

      credit-card fraud is on the increase, so watch out

    • 8. be careful (used as a warning or threat):

      if anyone finds out, you're dead meat, so watch it

    • 9. remain awake for the purpose of religious observance:

      she watched whole nights in the church

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small timepiece worn typically on a strap on one's wrist:

      my watch had stopped

    • 2. an act or instance of carefully observing someone or something over a period of time:

      the security forces have been keeping a close watch on our activities

    • 3. a period during which a person is stationed to look out for danger or trouble, typically at night:

      Murray took the last watch before dawn

    • 4. a fixed period of duty on a ship, usually lasting four hours:

      sea air, lots of exercise, and four-hour watches give everyone a healthy appetite

    • 5. the officers and crew on duty during a watch.
    • 6. a shift worked by firefighters or police officers:

      the men of Red Watch at Kingsland Fire Station

    • 7. a watchman or group of watchmen who patrolled and guarded the streets of a town before the introduction of the police force:

      the woman, with a piercing shriek, called the watch

    • 8. a film or programme considered in terms of its appeal to the public:

      this movie's an engrossing watch

    • 9. a flock of nightingales:

      a watch of nightingales began flying south

    • n. a period at night during which a person or group of people is stationed to look out for danger or trouble:

    • a fight broke out during the lieutenant's night watch

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    • n. a glass disc covering the dial of a watch.

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    • v. take action to reduce or control one's weight, especially by dieting:

    • butter is high in calories, so use in moderation if you are weight-watching

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    • v. take action to reduce or control one's weight, especially by dieting:

    • butter is high in calories, so use in moderation if you are weight-watching

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    • n. a program of systematic local vigilance by residents of a neighborhood to discourage crime, especially burglary.

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    • v. (of an employee) be overly keen not to work more than one's allotted hours:

    • when I was younger I would do a 14-hour shift, but I'd constantly be clock-watching

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    • n. a watch on a chain, intended to be carried in the pocket of a jacket or vest.

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    • v. spend time idly observing people in a public place:

    • the courtyard is a great place to sit and people-watch

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    • IPA[wäCH]

    美式

    • v.
      look at or observe attentively over a period of time:
    • Lucy watched him go

      as she watched, two women came into the garden

    • n.
      a small timepiece worn typically on a strap on one's wrist.

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