Synonyms of monitor in English:

monitor

noun

  • 1 a heart monitor a bank of monitors covered various areas of the building
    detector, scanner, recorder; security system, security camera, CCTV
  • 2 UN monitors declared that the election had been fair
    observer, watchdog, overseer, invigilator, supervisor
  • 3 a computer monitor
  • 4British a school monitor
    prefect, praepostor; senior boy, senior girl, senior pupil
  • verb

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  • equipment was installed to monitor air quality his movements were closely monitored
    observe, watch, keep an eye on, keep track of, track, keep under observation, keep watch on, keep under surveillance, surveil, check, keep a check on, scan, examine, study, record, note, oversee, supervise, superintend
    informal keep tabs on, keep a tab on, keep a beady eye on
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