スパイ, 間諜, 隠密, 間者, 忍び, 偵, 佞臣, 斥候探る
Noun(1) (military(2) a secret watcher; someone who secretly watches other people
Verb(1) catch sight of(2) watch, observe, or inquire secretly(3) catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes(4) secretly collect sensitive or classified information; engage in espionage
(1) Although these tools make it easier to spy , undercover agents still have to turn up at the right place at the right time in order to collect the information.(2) But was she really a sleeper agent recruited by her brother to spy for the Russian NKVD?(3) he agreed to spy for the West(4) A trader today demanded spy cameras in Leigh after burglars escaped with Ôö¼├║10,000 of mobile phone equipment from his shop.(5) It's one thing to know in theory that governments always spy on each other, quite another to see set out in a memo the detail of how the spying will be done.(6) The fast food chain have confirmed that they have plans to install spy cameras in their toilets to deter litigious customers from claiming they fell on wet tiles.(7) The locals feared he was a German spy and the government forced him to leave.(8) Fraud investigators could soon be taking to the streets armed with spy cameras and walkie-talkies in a clampdown on benefit crime.(9) a spy camera(10) You know with skills like that you might be better employed as a spy , a CIA operative or something, instead of being a therapist.(11) he could spy a figure in the distance(12) But even when the spy cameras eventually arrive, will they solve all of Sligo's late night public order problem?(13) A hi-tech Peeping Tom who set up a secret spy camera to film a younger female friend in the nude was caught after she spotted the lens, a court heard.(14) In breaks from active service, he farmed in Hampshire, took employment with the Portuguese navy, and was briefly employed as a spy among the naval bases in southern France.(15) Weren't you paying attention to the spy cameras in my room?(16) A man was caught on spy camera dumping more than half a tonne of dog mess.
(1) spy on :: 上のスパイ
1. secret agent ::
2. undercover agent ::
3. be a spy ::
4. observe furtively ::
5. notice ::
6. stag ::
7. sight ::
8. spot ::
Different Formsspeer, spence, spent, spic, spics, spies, spy, spying
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