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- be careful 注意; 当心，小心;
- look out 向外看; 面向; 朝外; 当心;
- keep one's eyes open 注意，留心;
- regard 认为，看待; 注视;
- advert 〈英口〉同“advertisement”;
Watch out for bargains, but never buy dented cans.
The sound was so familiar that she didn't register it.
Street committees keep a weather eye on the families in their district.
Look out for special deals.
The sparse line of spectators noticed nothing unusual.
He is a man alert in problem.
He takes a macabre interest in graveyards.
Jobs in manufacturing are relatively scarce but I keep my ear to the ground.
Nature lovers will be on the lookout for eagles, cormorants, and the occasional whale.
I went for a run there, keeping an eye on the children the whole time.
The store detective had his eye on a group of boys who were acting suspiciously.
You and your friends keep an eye out—if there's any trouble we'll make a break for it.
You must pay careful attention when doing accounts. You're likely to make errors if you're not careful.
Plants need to be looked after and protected during bad weather.
The staff were asked to watch out for forged banknotes.