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

The meaning of "Watch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The three watch as the bags go around. mean?
A: that three people are looking at bags moving. for example three people standing at a airport baggage carousel watching the bags go around so they can find theirs
Q: What does watch it mean?
A: Just as the two words itself, it means "watch out", "watch where you're going", "be careful", etc.
Q: What does watch that trap of yours mean?
A: @Kross9182: it's a bit of a rude way to say "be careful of what you say". "trap" is another word for mouth, but it isn't very common and pretty informal.
Q: What does under my watch mean?
A: There will be no cheating (on tests) under my watch!

I won't let anyone drown on my watch.

だいたい、私はいる時、何かをさせないという意味よくありますね。いる時とか、いる限りとか。
Q: What does You better watch out! mean?
A: It means "look for danger." Are you listening to the Santa Claus song? The song is telling the children to watch out, because Santa is watching their behavior.

Example sentences using "Watch"

Q: Please show me example sentences with not on my watch.
A: "Not on my watch" is a response to a statement. It basically means, "That wont happen while I am here." Some examples would be:

Little brother: "I want to go outside."

Older brother: "Not on my watch. You cant go outside until Mom and Dad get home."

or

Student: "The other students are going to make fun of me during class"

Teacher: "Not on my watch. I will make sure they behave."
Q: Please show me example sentences with Look, watch and saw.
A: I watch television every day.
I look for things when they are lost.
I saw my friend on Monday.
Q: Please show me example sentences with watch, see, look.
A: Please watch the road!
Did you see the car?
Look! It's an eagle!
Did you see the new Spider man movie?
What tv shows do you watch?
Look! The baby is walking!
Q: Please show me example sentences with watch over .
A: If you watch over someone or something, you pay attention to them to make sure that nothing bad happens to them.

Please watch over the stove.
Please watch over the house while I am gone.
Q: Please show me example sentences with watch.
A: @marifer81luis: watch (verb)

e.g I watch television
He watched the game
I am watching the game
What time will you watch the game.

Watch (object)
e.g I have a gold watch.
This watch cost me $200
I bought the watch on sale.

Synonyms of "Watch" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between watch and see ?
A: Watch implies more focus, whereas see is usually more quickly. For example:

I walked thru a park yesterday and saw a bird. (I noticed a bird).

I went to a park yesterday and watched a bird eat some bread. (I sat there and looked at the bird for a little while).

Sometimes you can see watch and see for same meaning. I saw a movie. / I watched a movie.
Q: What is the difference between watch and see ?
A: Watch - intensively looking at something
See - looking at something

For example:

I "watch" the baseball game.
I "see" the man across the street.
Q: What is the difference between watch and see ?
A: I believe that it's most commonly said as see a movie
Q: What is the difference between watch movies and see movies ?
A: "(go) see a movie" seems to be the phrase used most for going to the movie theatre or cinema to watch a movie. it's the natural use in my part of the United States, however there's nothing that says you can't use it for other situations. "watch a movie" can be used in any situation
Q: What is the difference between watch and look ?
A: "Watch" usually implies a longer or more continuous action than "look".

For example: You watch a movie, but you look at a painting.

"Watch" also implies a higher level of concentration.

Translations of "Watch"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m really into watching movies.←correct ?
A: i love watching movies sounds more natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? watch the film or see the film?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i want watch to television
A: He probably wants an audio there.. I hope it helps a little bit.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I had to go watch a movie
A: I had to go watch a movie
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? watching
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Watch"

Q: As I was not feeling good, I decided to help watch luggages of my friends at the entrance of the forest when they were having an outing in the forest
does this sound natural?
A: As I was not feeling well, I decided to watch my friend's luggage at the entrance/outskirts of the forest which they had gone in to

I'm not sure "outing" really works well here
Q: I will watch well that and come back. does this sound natural?
A: "I will watch that carefully and come back."
In this case, to do something well (to watch it "well") would be "carefully" (~with attention). Another choice would be "thoroughly" (~completely)
Q: watch some slow motion videos of the word swimming champions does this sound natural?
A: The word you are looking for is World Swimming Champions.
Q: I got a watch he advertises.
彼が広告モデルをしている腕時計をかいました。 does this sound natural?
A: "I bought/got the watch he advertised." or "I bought/got the watch he had advertised." You can use either "bought" or "got" in these sentences. They mean practically the same thing in the context of these sentences.
Q: Please watch the live report which is sent from the scene by our journalist. does this sound natural?
A: Please watch the live report covered by our reporter straight from the scene.

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