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  • The effects of the new law will be monitored over the next five years.
  • These issues in many countries are monitored by a department of public health.
  • The water monitor can grow to at least in length and and can move quickly.
  • He was very close to his sister and his parents, who closely monitored his education.
  • The tower is being used in a study to help monitor air quality in the capital.
  • The government monitors private communication and movement of individuals without due legal process.
  • It also introduced the Monitor's work in the education of human rights.
  • These monitors often include white lines showing where the title-safe and safe areas are located.
  • All other broadcast stations would monitor a designated station in their area.
  • A heart monitor is attached so prison officials can determine when death has occurred.
  • To these were added monitors built during the course of the war.
  • Health of the human crew was monitored by a medical doctor inside and an outside medical team.
  • Up until the age of three, the children's speech and language development was monitored.
  • The crew monitored the operation but played little active role in it.
  • They also monitor and control access to and from such facilities.
  • Pressure may be monitored using a reference material whose behavior under pressure is known.
  • Many stores will use public-view monitors in the store to show people there that they are being recorded.
  • Amount must be monitored so that animals do not get too fat or too thin.
  • In this way, he hopes to monitor and direct how his designs are used.
  • Instead they are sold on the private market, which makes their prices difficult to monitor and track.
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Meaning of monitor

  • noun An ironclad vessel built by federal forces to do battle with the merrimac
  • noun Display produced by a device that takes signals and displays them on a television screen or a computer monitor
  • noun Electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions
  • noun A piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble
  • noun Any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of africa and asia and australia; fabled to warn of crocodiles
  • verb Keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance
    we are monitoring the air quality, the police monitor the suspect's moves
  • verb Check, track, or observe by means of a receiver