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watchverb

  • ja見る、見守る
  • ento care for or look after someone or something

Examples

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1:17 / --:--
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1.
What about Ben?
2.
We can't bring a baby to the hospital.
3.
We'll watch him.
4.
I don't think so.
5.
What? I have 7 Catholic sisters.
6.
I've taken care of hundreds of kids.
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7:01 / --:--
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1.
Wasn't my mom a betty?
2.
She died when I was just a baby.
3.
A fluke accident during a routine liposuction.
4.
I don't remember her.
5.
But I like to pretend she still watches over me.
6.
Hey, ma, 98 in geometry.
7.
Pretty groovy, huh?
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1:30 / --:--
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1.
Who will be watching the children?
2.
No one.
3.
The door locks from the outside. Escape is impossible.
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1:21 / --:--
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1.
Bye sweety
2.
I will watch the kids no problem
3.
That's not the way
4.
You are supposed to do it dad
PLAY
0:20 / --:--
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1.
anyway I just wanted to thank you for
2.
watching the kids
PLAY
5:57 / --:--
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1.
Zach is gonna watch the baby.
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8:06 / --:--
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1.
Do you believe in God?
2.
I do believe in God.
3.
I don't believe in God this way my grandma, my dad did.
4.
But I do believe there's some power that was watching over me.
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0:24 / --:--
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1.
Then Gina Renee posted this on Instagram, "This is what happens when Daddy watches the kids for a day."
2.
They're gonna spend a fortune trying to win him back.