keep an eye on

VERB
  1. follow with the eyes or the mind
    She followed the men with the binoculars
    The world is watching Sarajevo
    Keep an eye on the baby, please!
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How To Use keep an eye on In A Sentence

  • I had ductal carcinoma in situ in the left breast and the right, just, atypia which are cells that you want to keep an eye on. CNN Transcript Aug 23, 2006
  • The agency will also keep an eye on patient charges for services and medical equipment often linked to chronic illnesses, such as hospitalizations, nursing-home care and wheelchairs. Health Plans: New Safeguards
  • To be successful, you need to keep an eye on what you want to achieve and not on what you already have. Just like while aiming, you focus on the target and not the tip of the arrow . Dr Roopleen 
  • “Best keep an eye on goings-on in Gaul,” The Ec0nomist concludes. French 3 strikes law up again on April 29
  • The elders promised to keep an eye on him. Times, Sunday Times
  • Keep an eye on it though, and only administer treatments carefully if necessary.
  • ‘We have not been deluged with requests for information so far but we are just a few weeks in so we need to keep an eye on the situation,’ said the spokesman.
  • Ideally, a way would be found to encourage this official to keep an eye on all contributions, to avoid creating unfair favoritism.
  • Keep an eye on ‘The Pot of the Day’, as this could be anything from bredies to a Warthog Stroganoff.
  • The network implants a large number of sleeper agents, free of past suspicious activity, giving the authorities no reason to keep an eye on them until only after they've received their cue to strike.
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