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Significado de “observe” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "observe" - Diccionario Inglés

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observeverb [T]

uk   /əbˈzɜːv/  us   /əbˈzɝːv/
  • observe verb [T] (WATCH)

B2 formal to watch carefully the way something happens or the way someone does something, especially in order to learn more about it: The role of scientists is to observe and describe the world, not to try to control it. [+ question word] He spent a year in the jungle, observing how deforestation is affecting local tribes. Children learn by observing adults.

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  • observe verb [T] (NOTICE)

C1 formal to notice or see: Jack observed a look of anxiety on his brother's face. [+ question word] The guards failed to observe who delivered the package. [+ that] In all these films one observes that directors are taking a new interest in Native American culture. [+ infinitive without to] A teacher observed her climb over the gate.

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  • observe verb [T] (SAY)

formal to make a remark about something: [+ speech] "I've always found German cars very reliable," he observed. [+ that] She observed that it would soon be time to stop for lunch.
  • observe verb [T] (OBEY)

C2 formal to obey a law, rule, or custom: People must observe the law. Nobody should be an exception. The old people in the village still observe the local traditions. Do you observe Passover?
observable
adjective uk   /əbˈzɜː.və.bəl/  us   /əbˈzɝː.və.bəl/
There's no observable connection between the two events.
observably
adverb uk   /əbˈzɜː.və.bli/  us   /əbˈzɝː.və.bli/
(Definition of observe from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "observe" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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observeverb

 us   /əbˈzɜrv/
  • observe verb (WATCH)

[T] to watch something or someone carefully: She spent her career observing animal behavior. [+ question word] On their field trip, the students observed how a newspaper was put together.
  • observe verb (NOTICE)

[T] to notice something or someone: [T] Jack observed a look of panic on his brother’s face.
  • observe verb (EXAMINE)

science [T] to study and record information about a scientific event
  • observe verb (REMARK)

[I] to remark about something: "It’s raining again," he observed.
  • observe verb (OBEY)

[T] to obey a law or rule, or celebrate a holiday or religious event in a traditional way: You must observe the law.
(Definition of observe from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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