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Keep An Eye On (Someone/Something)

Keep An Eye On (Someone/Something) - someone or something that needs to be watched or checked

  • We must keep an eye on him. It think he stole money from the store.
  • Keep an eye on my dog please. My dog is not feeling very well.
  • Keep an eye on the food please. I don't want the food to burn.
  • Keep an eye on my mother. My mother is not feeling very well.
  • Please keep an eye on the house. We are going on vacation for a few days.

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Kill Two Birds With One Stone

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Knock

Keep An Eye On

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Keep Your Word

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Kill Two Birds With One Stone

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