Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Monitor"

The meaning of "Monitor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does monitor mean?
A: it depends on the context, someone can be considered a monitor or; a monitor can be a device used for observing, or it could be used to describe the action of observing, or even a screen for a computer
Q: What does monitor detention mean?
A: To monitor means to keep an eye on something and make sure it's running smoothly

Example sentences using "Monitor"

Q: Please show me example sentences with closely monitored.
A: The children were closely monitored so that they did not get in trouble.
The cancer patient was closely monitored by doctors in case something went wrong.
Q: Please show me example sentences with monitor.
A: "The words flashed on the computer monitor." "I will monitor his life signs to make sure everything is okay." "In America, there are hall monitors who prevent public school students from going to the bathroom unless they have hall passes."

Synonyms of "Monitor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between monitor and keep tabs on ?
A: Also same
Q: What is the difference between monitor and supervise and oversee ?
A: Monitor and supervise are both synonymous with oversee; however, supervise implies more interaction than monitor. When you supervise, you’re responsible of informing and directing. Whereas when you monitor, you merely observe without instructing. When you supervise something, you’re supposed to step in when you notice something wrong, yet if you monitor you merely observe just as mentioned above.
Q: What is the difference between monitor and screen ?
A: monitors is used to reproduce images, or sounds. while screens are used to separate one area from an other. they can in a common case be used interchangeably.
Q: What is the difference between monitor and observe ?
A:
'What are they doing here?'
'Them? They're just here to observe, see how we run the factory.'
'Observing' gives the impression that you're watching closely and taking (mental) notes. Those observing don't usually (but not always!) talk or ask many questions, they just observe, they just watch.

'My grandfather had to go to hospital yesterday...Apparently he has to stay there overnight so that the doctors can monitor his progress.'
'Monitor' gives the impression that you're keeping a close eye on something so that you can take action if necessary. However, you wouldn't use monitor when talking about baby-sitting, for example; you don't monitor the baby while the parents are out, you watch/ look after the baby
Q: What is the difference between monitor and observe ?
A: "Monitor" does have a sense of watching something over time, as you said.
Example: "After the accident, the patient's health was monitored carefully for three months."

One meaning of "observe" is to notice/watch/listen to something. Another meaning is to follow or respect some law or tradition.

Examples:
"Observe the young bird learning to fly."
"To attend this school, you must observe a very strict dress code."
"The American Independence Day is observed on July 4th."

Translations of "Monitor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? monitor
A: Se for monitor no sentido de alguém que faz a supervisão de algo, é a mesma coisa. Se for uma tela, screen ou display. ^^
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? monitor
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? monitor
A: Monitor is also correct in English.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? monitor LCD
A: LCD screen

Other questions about "Monitor"

Q: (put it above the monitor)
Now (we're) playing the promotion video of Sunagawa-city. Does this sound natural?
A: Now, we're playing the PROMOTIONAL video of Sunagawa City
We are now playing the promotional video of Sunagawa City

both will do
Q: It couldn't possible to turn on the monitor though input power went on. Does this sound natural?
A: “It wasn’t possible to turn on the monitor although input power was on.”
Q: This monitor is limited not to rotate counterclockwise. If you rotate the monitor clockwise, it may break. Does this sound natural?
A: Limited isn't so suitable for your sentence structure because if I said a monitor was limited, it means that it doesn't have the authority or have functions that can come with a monitor. Also, you're explaining about functions that has to do with the external features of the monitor's structure. So, I wouldn't use the word "limited".

This monitor is limited to a resolution of 1600x900.
This monitor is limited in the sense that you can't control its functions without a computer.
The base of the monitor can only rotate counterclockwise so don't try to rotate it clockwise or it will break.

The term "limited" just doesn't have the nuance you're looking for as far as I can tell. It doesn't sound natural to me.
Q: This monitor is limited in rotation to a clockwise direction. If you rotate the monitor in the opposite direction, it may be broken. Does this sound natural?
A: try "it might break"

instead of "it may be broken"
Q: I'm looking at the monitor all day, so I usually got headache. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say " I usually get a headache."

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