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Translation of "monitor" - English-Spanish dictionary

monitor

noun   /ˈmɒn·ɪ·tər/
a screen that shows information or pictures, usually connected to a computer monitor a colour monitor
verb   /ˈmɒn·ɪ·tər/
to watch something carefully and record your results llevar el seguimiento de to monitor progress
(Definition of monitor from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

monitor

noun /ˈmonitə/
a senior pupil who helps to see that school rules are kept. responsable, encargado
any of several kinds of instrument etc by means of which something can be constantly checked, especially a small screen in a television studio showing the picture which is being transmitted at any given time monitor a television monitor a computer monitor.
(Definition of monitor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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