observe

[v] - conform one`s action or practice to 2. [v] - celebrate, as of holidays or rites 3. [v] - watch attentively 4. [v] - observe correctly or closely
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Observe

• (v. t.) To express as what has been noticed; to utter as a remark; to say in a casual or incidental way; to remark. • (v. i.) To make a remark; to comment; -- generally with on or upon. • (v. i.) To take notice; to give attention to what one sees or hears; to attend. • (v. t.) To take notice of by appropriate conduct; to confo...
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Observe

Ob┬Ěserve' intransitive verb 1. To take notice; to give attention to what one sees or hears; to attend. 2. To make a remark; to comment; -- generally with on or upon . « I have barely quoted . . . without observing upon it.» Pope. Syn.
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Observe

Ob┬Ěserve' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Observed ; present participle & verbal noun Observing .] [ Latin observare , observatum ; ob (see Ob- ) + servare to save, preserve, keep, heed...
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observe

observe 1. To see, watch, perceive, or notice: 'He observed the passersby in the street.' 2. To regard with attention; especially, so as to see or learn something: 'I want you to observe her reaction to the judge's question.' 3. To watch, view, or note for a scientific, official, or other special purpose: 'She wanted to observe the eclipse of the m...
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observe

perceive thorough the senses, see
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observe

Watch and test a client action (such as taking inventory).
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