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Translation of "observe" - English-Spanish dictionary

observe

verb /əbˈzəːv/
to notice observar, notar I observed her late arrival.
to watch carefully observar, ver She observed his actions with interest.
to obey cumplir, respetar We must observe the rules.
to make a remark señalar ’It’s a lovely day’, he observed.
observance noun
the act of obeying rules etc observancia, cumplimiento the observance of the law.
the act of observing (a tradition etc) observancia the observance of religious holidays.
observant adjective
quick to notice observador An observant witness remembered the car’s registration number.
observation /ob-/ noun
the act of noticing or watching observación She is in hospital for observation.
a remark observación, comentario She made some interesting observations about the sculpture.
observatory noun ( plural observatories)
a place for observing and studying the stars, weather etc. observatorio
observer noun
a person who observes observador To the casual observer, everything may have seemed normal UN observers have uncovered evidence of another massacre.
(Definition of observe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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