時計, 腕時計, 衛兵ウォッチ, 見る, 見張る, じっと見る
Noun(1) a small portable timepiece(2) a period of time (4 or 2 hours(3) a purposeful surveillance to guard or observe(4) the period during which someone (especially a guard(5) a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event(6) the rite of staying awake for devotional purposes (especially on the eve of a religious festival
Verb(1) look attentively(2) follow with the eyes or the mind(3) see or watch(4) observe with attention(5) be vigilant, be on the lookout or be careful(6) observe or determine by looking(7) find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort
(1) So preoccupied were the bears that they paid no attention to us for the whole duration of our 1,5 hour watch .(2) watch what you eat(3) She also provides advice for patients with medical conditions who have to watch their diet.(4) He pulled his left arm away from her and checked the gleaming silver watch on his wrist.(5) to watch yourself(6) digital watch(7) Medical staff are maintaining a close watch on the patient and his family are keeping a constant presence at his bedside.(8) Another of the Scarlet mages who slew the Azure ones is camped very close to me, and had the dawn watch .(9) Which are two things we usually tend to do both of, so we'll have to watch out.(10) Trent's digital watch beeped moments later, just after the two had finished their breakfasts.(11) you watch yourself now(12) there aren't enough staff to watch him properly(13) Nancy at times, when he got a little hefty would watch his diet.(14) she was on watch(15) It was an old trick that he had learnt in the jungles of South America from sentries on the midday watch .(16) watch out for broken glass
(1) watch out :: 気を付けて
1. timepiece ::
2. guard ::
3. lookout ::
4. ticker ::
5. vigil ::
6. observe ::
7. spy on ::
8. look after ::
9. guard ::
10. be careful ::
11. learn ::
13. watch over ::
14. look on ::
15. catch ::
1. disregard ::
2. ignore ::
Different Formswatch, watchable, watched, watcher, watchers, watches, watchful, watching
Word Example from TV Shows
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Did you WATCH the ceremony on the beach?
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2
No, sir. I WATCH TV shows.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 5
You know, you'll WATCH Barney
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12
...than you coming to the showcase,
now I get to WATCH you WATCH me.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10
English to Japanese Dictionary: watch
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