watch

wɔʧ

Перевод:

Verb: наблюдать смотреть следить бодрствовать
Noun: часы внимание наблюдение вахта
Adjective: вахтенный

Фразы:

chatelaine watch - часы на цепочке

designer watch - модные часы

to enchase a watch case with golden letters - выгравировать на часах надпись золотыми буквами

wrist watch encrusted with diamonds - наручные часы, украшенные бриллиантами

listening watch - наблюдение за эфиром

the machinery of a watch - механизм часов

to watch the news - смотреть последние известия

waterproof watch - водонепроницаемые часы

watch repairer - часовой мастер, часовщик

to set the watch forward five minutes - перевести часы на пять минут вперёд

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Примеры:

My watch is fast. - Мои часы спешат.

Let's watch the news. - Давайте смотреть новости.

Watch out!, Watch it! - Осторожно! Будь осторожен!

My watch has stopped. - Мои часы остановились.

Watch me carefully. - Следи за мной внимательно.

She glanced nervously at her watch. - Она нервно взглянула на свои часы.

They watched as the murderer was executed - Они смотрели как казнили убийцу.

Do you mind if I watch? - Вы не возражаете, если я посмотрю?

I broke my watch. - Я сломал свои часы.

It was painful to watch. - На это было больно смотреть.

Watch it, there's a car. - Осторожно, там машина.

He's interesting to watch. - За ним занятно наблюдать.

He maintained a 24-hour watch over his son. - Он установил 24-часовую /круглосуточную/ слежку за сыном.

How do you keep track of time if you don't wear a watch? - Как следить за временем, если не носишь часы?

Nights, we usually watch TV. - По вечерам мы обычно смотрим телевизор.

My watch gains. - Мои часы спешат.

He doesn't wear a watch. - Он не носит часы.

My watch is wrong. - Мои часы идут неправильно.

The watch runs slow. - Часы отстают.

My watch isn't going. - У меня часы не идут (остановились).

Just sit back and watch. - Просто сядь и смотри. / Садись поудобнее и наслаждайся зрелищем.

Would you like to play, too?” “No, I'll just watch.” - — Тоже хотите сыграть? — Нет, я просто посмотрю.

The police arrived to keep watch on the mouth of the tunnel. - Полиция прибыла, чтобы сторожить устье туннеля.

It was hideous to watch. - Было отвратительно смотреть на это.

They busted my watch. - Они сломали мои часы.

What movie are you watching? - Какой фильм /какое кино/ ты смотришь?

Who's on watch tonight? - Кто сегодня вечером на вахте / дежурит?

I glanced at my watch. - Я мельком взглянул на свои часы.

I put my watch in hock. - Я заложил свои часы.

He glanced at his watch. - Он мельком взглянул на часы. / Он бросил быстрый взгляд на часы.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you watch for something or watch out for it, you pay attention so that you notice it, either because you do not want to miss it or because you want to avoid it.

If you tell someone to watch out, you are warning them to be careful, because something unpleasant might happen to them or they might get into difficulties.

If you watch over someone or something, you pay attention to them to make sure that nothing bad happens to them.

If you watch for something or watch out for it, you pay attention so that you notice it, either because you do not want to miss it or because you want to avoid it.

If you tell someone to watch out, you are warning them to be careful, because something unpleasant might happen to them or they might get into difficulties.

If you watch over someone or something, you pay attention to them to make sure that nothing bad happens to them.

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Связанные термины:

fob watch: a pocket watch that is attached to a waistcoat by a chain or ribbon

on watch: If someone is on watch, they have the job of carefully looking and listening, often while other people are asleep and often as a military duty, so that they can warn them of danger or an attack.

watch cap: a knitted navy-blue woollen cap worn by seamen in cold weather

watch for: If you watch for something or watch out for it, you pay attention so that you notice it, either because you do not want to miss it or because you want to avoid it.

watch it!: You say ' watch it ' in order to warn someone to be careful, especially when you want to threaten them about what will happen if they are not careful.

watch out: If you tell someone to watch out, you are warning them to be careful, because something unpleasant might happen to them or they might get into difficulties .

binge-watch: If you binge-watch a television series, you watch several episodes one after another in a short time.

Black Watch: → the Black Watch

keep watch: If someone keeps watch, they look and listen all the time, while other people are asleep or doing something else, so that they can warn them of danger or an attack .

night watch: a watch or guard kept at night, esp for security

under watch: If someone is being kept under watch, they are being guarded or observed all the time.

watch chain: a chain used for fastening a pocket watch to the clothing

watch fire: a fire kept burning at night as a signal or for warmth and light by a person keeping watch

watch-glass: a curved glass disc that covers the dial of a watch

watch guard: a short chain, cord, or ribbon for securing a watch when worn on the person

watch list: a list of persons or things to watch for possible action in the future

watch night: the night of December 24, during which a service is held to mark the arrival of Christmas Day

watch over: If you watch over someone or something, you pay attention to them to make sure that nothing bad happens to them.

watch-phone: an electronic wristwatch that is able to perform many of the functions of a smartphone or tablet computer

watch stem: a winder

wrist watch: a watch attached to a strap or band worn about the wrist

anchor watch: a deck watch maintained by the crew of a ship at anchor

digital watch: a watch in which the hours, minutes, and sometimes seconds are indicated by digits, rather than by hands on a dial

hunting watch: a person or animal that seeks out and kills or captures game

middle watch: the watch between midnight and 4 am

morning watch: the watch between 4 and 8 am

quartz watch: a watch that is operated by the vibrations of a quartz crystal controlled by a microcircuit

suicide watch: a round-the-clock watch by warders on a prisoner considered to be in danger of harming him- or herself

watch pocket: a pocket, esp in a waistcoat, for keeping a pocket watch in

watch oneself: to be careful, cautious, or discreet

analogue watch: a watch in which the hours, minutes, and sometimes seconds are indicated by hands on a dial

on the watch: If you are on the watch for something, you are expecting it to happen and you therefore pay attention to events so that you will notice it when it does happen.

Watch Committee: a local government committee composed of magistrates and representatives of the county borough council responsible for the efficiency of the local police force

wristlet watch: a watch that is attached to a band or bracelet

just/you watch: You say to someone ' you watch ' or ' just watch ' when you are predicting that something will happen, and you are very confident that it will happen as you say.

neighborhood watch: a scheme under which members of a community agree together to take responsibility for keeping an eye on each other's property, as a way of preventing crime

watch and ward: the act of watching as a sentinel

watch television: Television refers to all the programmes that you can watch.

neighbourhood watch: a scheme under which members of a community agree together to take responsibility for keeping an eye on each other's property, as a way of preventing crime

on someone's watch: during a period when someone is in a position of power, and is therefore considered to be responsible for what happens

stem-winding watch: a watch wound by an expanded crown on the bar projecting outside the case, as opposed to one wound by a separate key

the Black Watch: (formerly) the Royal Highland Regiment in the British Army ; (since 2006) an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland

watch an episode: An episode of something such as a series on radio or television or a story in a magazine is one of the separate parts in which it is broadcast or published .

watch one's step: to conduct oneself with caution and good behaviour

watch the action: The action is all the important and exciting things that are happening in a situation.

watch the clock: If you are watching the clock, you keep looking to see what time it is, usually because you are bored by something and want it to end as soon as possible .

watch this space: Journalists write ' Watch this space ' in order to indicate in an informal way that they will be giving more information about something in the future .

stopwatch: A stopwatch is a watch with buttons which you press at the beginning and end of an event, so that you can measure exactly how long it takes.

to watch your step: If someone tells you to watch your step, they are warning you to be careful about how you behave or what you say so that you do not get into trouble .

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Однокоренные слова:

watch out - остерегаться
watch over - охранять, стеречь, сторожить

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