British pronunciation/wˈɒt‍ʃ/
American pronunciation/ˈwɑtʃ/, /ˈwɔtʃ/
01

to look at a thing or person and pay attention to it for some time

02

used for saying that someone needs to be careful of a particular thing

03

to take care of and look after someone or something for a period of time

04

to actively pay attention and observe in order to notice any changes or developments

05

to observe and monitor someone's activities over an extended period without their knowledge

06

to stay awake during the night, especially in order to do somethng

01

a small clock worn on a strap on your wrist or carried in your pocket

What is a "watch"?

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A watch is a timepiece designed to be worn on a person's wrist, typically with a strap or bracelet. Watches come in various styles and types, including analog, digital, and smartwatches. Analog watches use a traditional dial and hands to display time, while digital watches use a digital display to show the time, often including other features such as a stopwatch, alarm, or backlight. Smartwatches have many advanced features, including the ability to make phone calls, receive text messages, and track fitness activity. Watches can be made of different materials, including metal, leather, plastic, and rubber, and are often worn as a fashion accessories in addition to their functional purpose of telling time.

02

a person whose duty is to protect a person or thing by observing them carefully

03

a group of nightingales

04

a purposeful surveillance to guard or observe

05

a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty

06

the period during which someone (especially a guard) is on duty

07

the rite of staying awake for devotional purposes (especially on the eve of a religious festival)

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