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It is also important to monitor and control the activities of the end users accessing the network. Computing (2010)Download one of the free fitness apps to help monitor your activity. The Sun (2017)The firm assures me that your bills will be carefully monitored from now on. The Sun (2016)It also sets goals and monitors your progress. The Sun (2016)Drugs can be tried on them and their progress can be monitored. Times, Sunday Times (2017)One A&E with only three heart monitors spent money we provided on eight new ones. The Sun (2016)Internal frontiers within the Schengen zone have to be more carefully monitored. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In which case, the specialist might keep your mum under observation to monitor her progress. The Sun (2016)A covert team began to follow him and his telephone and computer activities were monitored. Times, Sunday Times (2016)People will also be able to monitor his progress online via a GPS unit attached to his wetsuit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It should by law be an independent body monitoring and advising charities on their proper conduct. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Staff put him on a heart monitor for eight hours. The Sun (2015)Will all this monitoring and screening really improve our health? Times, Sunday Times (2014)This allows the monitor to display correctly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Here are five of the best devices for monitoring your sleep. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This increases the pressure for tight monitoring and control of mobile employees. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is a physical benefit from focusing on something farther away than a computer monitor. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The equipment will also monitor noise and air quality. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We will carefully monitor the way forces name suspects. The Sun (2013)The church also sends a monthly income report to the consulting firm so it can monitor progress. Christianity Today (2000)We monitor and check expenses claims to ensure they adhere to our policies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We will monitor or record some phone calls. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It could and should have been avoided if the governing body had monitored health and safety. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The rest of the time they will studiously monitor their screens. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Homes are given a monitor that displays how much energy is used and this encourages some people to switch off appliances. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Using a plum moth trap, monitor moth activity before applying any spray. The Sun (2010)In addition, use a timer system to monitor when the machine is in use. Corporate Cloak and Dagger (1994)Each also has a heart monitor strapped to their girth, the output from which is assessed in real time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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British English: monitor /ˈmɒnɪtə/ NOUN
A monitor is a machine used to check or record things.
...a heart monitor.
- American English: monitor
- Arabic: شَاشَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: monitor
- Chinese: 显示器
- Croatian: monitor
- Czech: monitor
- Danish: monitor
- Dutch: monitor
- European Spanish: monitor pantalla
- Finnish: valvoja
- French: écran
- German: Monitor
- Greek: ενδείκτης
- Italian: monitor
- Japanese: モニター
- Korean: 모니터
- Norwegian: overvåker
- Polish: monitor
- European Portuguese: monitor
- Romanian: monitor
- Russian: монитор
- Spanish: monitor aparato receptor
- Swedish: monitor
- Thai: เครื่องควบคุม
- Turkish: gözcü
- Ukrainian: монітор
- Vietnamese: máy kiểm tra
British English: monitor VERB
If you monitor something, you regularly check its development or progress, and sometimes comment on it.
Officials had not been allowed to monitor the voting.
Definition of monitor from the Collins English Dictionary
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