monitoring

All Noun Verb
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  • It provides real-time monitoring of all network traffic for the system.
  • Other people, including center staff, were only allowed to view him via video camera monitoring.
  • It has a standard weather monitoring station, which has recorded some national record high temperatures.
  • A television station may be used for monitoring by another station and thus the audio is necessary.
  • Regular monitoring has been recommended in those on long-term treatment.
  • Western aid has been given to provide certain real-time safety monitoring capacities to the human staff.
  • The incident has resulted in efforts to improve weather monitoring systems around the airport.
  • Co-operation covers management, monitoring and research, as well as political matters.
  • The city also has its own amateur radio community and a city-wide wireless video monitoring system.
  • The bridge has a real-time monitoring system installed to monitor its performance.
  • This led to establishment of long-term monitoring sites in the park.
  • It can also be used in other applications such as real-time monitoring of marine and off shore structures.
  • ROBIN is a near real-time monitoring system for flight movements of birds.
  • Private banks would be subject to improved monitoring, and some state banks would be merged.
  • The monitoring data confirm that there has been no significant effect on the environment.
  • While they may be used together increased monitoring is recommended.
  • Management and access to these services is also available on smartphones through a home monitoring application.
  • On occasion, close monitoring in an intensive-care unit for several days is necessary.
  • In addition, by the time many monitoring committees receive data, often any emergency situation has long passed.
  • Another means of monitoring the Empire was through direct contacts with his subjects.
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Root form of monitoring is monitor for the verb.

Meaning of monitoring

  • noun The act of observing something (and sometimes keeping a record of it)
    the monitoring of enemy communications plays an important role in war times
  • 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