- 英[wɒtʃ aʊt]
- 美[wɑːtʃ aʊt]
- 当心; 保持警觉;
Watch out for sharp bends and adjust your speed accordingly.
"Watch out!" he hollered.
You have to watch out because there are land mines all over the place.
"If I were you," she adds by way of some unsolicited advice, "I'd watch out for that girl of yours."
The casinos in Las Vegas had better watch out since I'm obviously on a lucky streak!
Watch out for bargains, but never buy dented cans.
You'll lose your girlish figure if you don't watch out.
The casinos had better watch out since I'm obviously on a lucky streak!
He called out to them to watch out for the unexploded mine.
Watch out for cars when you cross the road.
It doesn't sound like business for a long time. Still it won't do any harm to watch out and keep our powder dry.
Watch out that you don't get them into trouble.
You'd better watch out, or you'll be getting done in.
Watch out for that man.
The doctor told her to watch out for symptoms of measles.
Watch out! There is a dog coming.
We need to watch out here. Some dangerous gunners are said to be around this area.
Watch out for harmful tendencies and deal with them the moment they crop up.
Watch out for those New York slickers!
You'll be cheated if you don't watch out.
Watch out when your competition fires at you.
Watch out when you cross the road.
Children are told to watch out for strangers when they are out without parents.
Health: Watch out for colds or fevers.
Watch out for the fire, or you'll get burnt.
And watch out for those traffic circles in Tampa but those roundabouts in Reading.
Watch out! There is danger ahead.
So we'll watch out for the guards to make sure you cut them off.
It's the kind of place where everybody tends to watch out for everybody else.
Chocolate Watch out for whey and emulsifiers.
1. be vigilant, be on the lookout, be on one's guard, be careful;
"Watch out for pickpockets!"