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keep an eye out (or open)

Definition of keep an eye out or open in English:

Look out for something with particular attention: keep an eye out for his car
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  • Satoshi and Makoto trudged along, keeping an eye out for trouble and watching the shadows dance on the water.
  • Oh, Lydia, would you mind keeping an eye out for that damned butler?
  • We should keep that question in mind, and keep an eye open for anything later in the dialogue that might shed light on it.
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Pronunciation: ˌtəːpsɪkəˈriːən
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