Bedeutung von “watch” — Learner’s Dictionary

watch

verb us uk /wɒtʃ/
Mario and Anna sat down to watch the other dancers.Let's stay in tonight and watch a DVD.Crowds gathered all along the route to watch the race.I watched with envy as he climbed into his brand new sports car.I idled away a few hours watching TV.
LOOK AT [ I, T ]

A1 to look at something for a period of time:

I watched him as he arrived.
The kids are watching TV.
I want to watch the news (= programme on television).
BE CAREFUL [ T ]

B2 to be careful about something:

She has to watch what she eats.
Watch how you cross the road!
GIVE ATTENTION TO [ T ]

to give attention to a situation that is changing:

We'll be watching the case with interest.
→ See also bird-watching , watch your step

(Definition von “watch verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)