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LOOKING AND PAYING ATTENTION 看；注意
VERB 看;注视;留神观察 If you watch someone or something, you look at them, usually for a period of time, and pay attention to what is happening.
The man was standing in his doorway watching him...
He watched the barman prepare the beer he had ordered...
VERB 看，观看(电视节目、比赛等) If you watch something on television or an event such as a sports match, you spend time looking at it, especially when you see it from the beginning to the end.
I'd stayed up late to watch the film...
They spent a great deal of time watching television.
VERB 对…保持关注;掌握…的情况 If you watch a situation or event, you pay attention to it or you are aware of it, but you do not influence it.
Human rights groups have been closely watching the case...
Annoyed commuters could only watch as the departure time ticked by.
VERB 照看，看护(尤指孩子或动物) If you watch people, especially children or animals, you are responsible for them, and make sure that they are not in danger.
Parents can't be expected to watch their children 24 hours a day.
VERB 监视 If you watch someone, you follow them secretly or spy on them.
Ella was scared that someone was watching her...
I always had the feeling we were being watched.
VERB 当心;留神 If you tell someone to watch a particular person or thing, you are warning them to be careful that the person or thing does not get out of control or do something unpleasant.
You really ought to watch these quiet types...
If you're watching the calories, don't have mayonnaise.
N-COUNT 警戒时间;值班时间 A watch is a period of carefully looking and listening, often while other people are asleep and often as a military duty, so that you can warn them of danger or an attack.
I had the first watch that May evening.
PHRASE 警戒;守卫 If someone keeps watch, they look and listen all the time, while other people are asleep or doing something else, so that they can warn them of danger or an attack.
Jose, as usual, had climbed a tree to keep watch.
PHRASE 注意，关注(事态发展) If you keep watch on events or a situation, you pay attention to what is happening, so that you can take action at the right moment.
US officials have been keeping close watch on the situation.
PHRASE 当心;留神 You say 'watch it' in order to warn someone to be careful, especially when you want to threaten them about what will happen if they are not careful.
'Now watch it, Patsy,' the Sergeant told her.
PHRASE （通常指军队夜间的）警戒，值夜 If someone is on watch, they have the job of carefully looking and listening, often while other people are asleep and often as a military duty, so that they can warn them of danger or an attack.
Apart from two men on watch in the engine-room, everyone was asleep.
PHRASE 密切注意;提防 If you are on the watch for something, you are expecting it to happen and you therefore pay attention to events so that you will notice it when it does happen.
Environmentalists will be on the watch for damage to wildlife.
PHRASE 受到保卫;受到监视;被密切关注 If someone is being kept under watch, they are being guarded or observed all the time.
PHRASE 等着瞧 You say to someone 'you watch' or 'just watch' when you are predicting that something will happen, and you are very confident that it will happen as you say.
You watch. Things will get worse before they get better.
INSTRUMENT THAT TELLS THE TIME 报时工具
N-COUNT 手表;怀表 A watch is a small clock which you wear on a strap on your wrist, or on a chain.