Translation: from spanish

you keep a lookout

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  • keep a lookout (for somebody) — be on the ˈlookout (for sb/sth) | keep a ˈlookout (for sb/sth) idiom (informal) to watch carefully for sb/sth in order to avoid danger, etc. or in order to find sth you want • The public should be on the lookout for symptoms of the disease.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep a lookout (for something) — be on the ˈlookout (for sb/sth) | keep a ˈlookout (for sb/sth) idiom (informal) to watch carefully for sb/sth in order to avoid danger, etc. or in order to find sth you want • The public should be on the lookout for symptoms of the disease.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • lookout — look|out [ˈluk aut] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1 be on the lookout for somebody/something 2 keep a lookout 3¦(person)¦ 4¦(place)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1.) be on the lookout for sb/sth to continuously watch a place or pay attention in order to find something you want or to be… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lookout — noun 1 be on the lookout for to watch a place or situation continuously in order to find something you want or to be ready for problems or opportunities: Police were on the lookout for anyone behaving suspiciously. | We re always on the lookout… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lookout — [[t]l ʊkaʊt[/t]] lookouts 1) N COUNT A lookout is a place from which you can see clearly in all directions. Troops tried to set up a lookout post inside a refugee camp. 2) N COUNT A lookout is someone who is watching for danger in order to warn… …   English dictionary

  • lookout — noun 1》 a place from which to keep watch or view landscape.     ↘a person stationed to keep watch. 2》 informal, chiefly Brit. a good or bad prospect or outcome. Phrases be one s (own) lookout Brit. informal be one s own responsibility or problem …   English new terms dictionary

  • lookout — look|out [ luk,aut ] noun count 1. ) someone who is responsible for watching for danger and warning other people 2. ) a place that is suitable for watching whether someone or something is coming, especially in a dangerous situation be on the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lookout — /ˈlʊkaʊt / (say lookowt) noun 1. the act of looking out. 2. a watch kept, as for something that may come or happen: *If you re on the lookout for a prince you can forget about kissing a frog –aap news, 2000. 3. a person or group stationed or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • keep an eye peeled — verb To look out (for something) attentively. Keep an eye peeled, you never know when the ice cream truck will pass by. Syn: be on the lookout, keep a look out, keep an eye out, keep an eye skinned, keep ones eyes skinned, look out, watch out …   Wiktionary

  • You Bet Your Life — infobox television show name = You Bet Your Life caption = format = Quiz show runtime = 30 minutes creator = John Guedel starring = Groucho Marx George Fenneman country = USA network = NBC first aired = October 5, 1950 last aired = September 21,… …   Wikipedia

  • (be) on the lookout (for somebody) — be on the ˈlookout (for sb/sth) | keep a ˈlookout (for sb/sth) idiom (informal) to watch carefully for sb/sth in order to avoid danger, etc. or in order to find sth you want • The public should be on the lookout for symptoms of the disease.… …   Useful english dictionary


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