Synonyms of 'monitor'
to observe or record the condition or performance of a person or thingOfficials had not been allowed to monitor the voting.
Check the accuracy of every detail in your CV.
Get a mechanic to check the car out for you before you buy it.
Take care to follow the instructions.
I had the feeling we were being watched.
He pushed himself to his feet and surveyed the room.
He studies and observes the behaviour of babies.
She scanned the advertisement pages of the newspaper.
Get a surveyor to oversee and inspect the various stages of the work.
He supervised and trained more than 400 volunteers.
keep an eye on,
keep track of,
keep tabs on
a person or device that warns, checks, controls, or keeps a continuous record of somethingThe heart monitor shows low levels of consciousness.
a screen used to display certain kinds of information, for example in airports or television studiosHe was watching tennis on a television monitor.
a person or device that warns, checks, controls, or keeps a continuous record of somethingGovernment monitors will continue to accompany reporters.
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in the sense of follow
to act in accordance withTake care to follow the instructions.
in the sense of observe
to watch (something) carefullyHe studies and observes the behaviour of babies.
check out (informal),
keep an eye on (informal),
pay attention to,
keep track of,
keep tabs on (informal),
keep under observation,
watch like a hawk,
take a dekko at (British, slang, old-fashioned)
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