monitor

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noun
1 television/computer screen
ADJECTIVE
colour/color
digital
CCTV, computer, PC, television, TV, video
flat-panel, flat-screen, LCD, touch-screen
PREPOSITION
on a/the monitor

The security staff can see the outside of the building on their CCTV monitors.

2 machine that records/checks sth
ADJECTIVE
baby, foetal/fetal, heart, heart-rate, oxygen, pulse, radiation
MONITOR + VERB
detect sth
display sth, show sth

The heart monitor shows the strength of your pulse.

beep, flicker
PHRASES
hooked up to a monitor

He was lying there hooked up to a heart monitor.

3 sb who checks sth is done fairly/correctly
ADJECTIVE
UN

UN monitors declared the referendum fair.

ceasefire, election
court-appointed (AmE)
hall (AmE), school
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verb
ADVERB
carefully, closely, rigorously (esp. BrE), strictly

Television advertising is strictly monitored.

periodically, regularly, routinely, systematically
constantly, continually, continuously
effectively, properly
automatically
remotely
electronically
VERB + MONITOR
be able to

We will now be able to monitor its progress more closely.

continue to

The authorities will continue to monitor the situation.

PREPOSITION
for

The workers are constantly monitored for exposure to radiation.

Monitor is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑condition, ↑observer, ↑satellite
Monitor is used with these nouns as the object: ↑activity, ↑call, ↑change, ↑development, ↑effect, ↑effectiveness, ↑election, ↑email, ↑emission, ↑expenditure, ↑health, ↑heartbeat, ↑impact, ↑implementation, ↑level, ↑movement, ↑performance, ↑pollution, ↑progress, ↑progression, ↑quality, ↑radiation, ↑radioactivity, ↑situation, ↑temperature, ↑test, ↑traffic, ↑usage

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