- [zhào kàn]
- mind 思想; 头脑; 思维方式; 有才智的人; 心思; 记忆力;
- look to 朝（某物）看去; 面对[面朝]（某物）; 留神[照看]（某人或某物）; 依靠[指望]（某人或某事）;
- keep an eye on 照看; 照管; 留心; 注意;
- look after 照顾; 照料; 料理; 打理;
- attend to 处理; 注意; 听取; 致力于;
- keep an eye on
Jim Coulters will mind the store while I'm away.
I've asked Mum to sit for us next Saturday.
Since she'd offered to babysit, I took her up on it.
Parents can't be expected to watch their children 24 hours a day.
I just can't be bothered to look after the house.
After lunch, she watched, listened and coaxed Bobby into talking about himself.
Her parents could help with child care while she works.
While Franklin saw to the luggage, Sara took Eleanor home.
She hurried away to pour more coffee and tend to the grill.
A toddler requires close supervision and firm control at all times.
The counselors will gladly baby-sit during their free time.
She had been babysitting him and his four-year-old sister.
Any time you want a babysitter, dear, you only have to ask.
The hotel manager will arrange for a baby-sitter.
You can take it in turns to babysit.