English - Vietnamese Dictionary
monitor /'mɔnitə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- trưởng lớp, cán bộ lớp (ở trường học)
- người chuyên nghe và ghi các buổi phát thanh, hiệu thính viên
- (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) người răn bảo
- động từ
- nghe và ghi các buổi phát thanh; nghe để kiểm tra chất lượng (một cuộc thu tiếng)
monitress|monitrix|monitors|monitresses|monitrixes|monitored|monitoring'mɑnɪtər /'mɒ-Thesaurus Dictionary
+display produced by a device that takes signals and displays them on a television screen or a computer monitor
+someone who supervises (an examination)
+someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
+an ironclad vessel built by Federal forces to do battle with the Merrimac
+electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions
+a piece of electronic equipment that keeps track of the operation of a system continuously and warns of trouble
+any of various large tropical carnivorous lizards of Africa and Asia and Australia; fabled to warn of crocodiles
+keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance
Advanced English Dictionary
1 watchdog, supervisor, sentinel, guard, guardian, custodian; Brit invigilator, prefect, Rare prepositor or praepostor; US proctor:
The government has appointed a committee to monitor oil prices.
2 (television) screen, cathode-ray tube screen, CRT, display, Chiefly Brit visual display unit, VDU:
Do you prefer an amber, green, or black-and-white monitor?
3 watch, oversee, observe, check (out or up on), audit, supervise, superintend, scan, examine, study, follow, keep an eye on, survey, keep track of, track, trace, record, Brit vet:
Before a drug is approved, it must be monitored through thousands of tests.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a television screen used to show particular kinds of information; a screen that shows information from a computer: The details of today's flights are displayed on the monitor. + a PC with a 17 inch colour monitor
See also - VDU
2 a piece of equipment used to check or record sth: a heart monitor
3 a student in a school who carries out special duties, such as helping the teacher
4 a person whose job is to check that sth is done fairly and honestly, especially in a foreign country: UN monitors declared the referendum fair.
1 to watch and check sth over a period of time in order to see how it develops, so that you can make any necessary changes: [VN] Each student's progress is closely monitored. [also V wh-]
2 [VN] to listen to telephone calls, foreign radio broadcasts, etc. in order to find out information that might be useful
1 television/computer screen
colour | CCTV, computer, television/TV, video
on a/the ~
The security staff can see all the outside of the building on their CCTV monitors.
2 machine that records/checks sth
foetal, heart, oxygen, pulse, radiation
MONITOR + VERB
detect sth | show sth
The heart monitor shows the strength of your pulse.
3 sb who checks sth is done fairly/properly
UN monitors declared the referendum fair.
| school | health, peaceverb
carefully, closely, rigorously, strictly
Television advertising is strictly monitored.
| regularly, routinely, systematically | constantly, continuously | effectively, properly | automatically
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.
The workers are constantly monitored for exposure to radiation.
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