Definition of surveillance in English:
Close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal: he found himself put under surveillance by British military intelligence
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- An unpolitical lad is blackmailed by the police into doing undercover surveillance in a mosque.
- It is understood police had the suspects under surveillance for weeks before the robbery.
- For years, undercover surveillance was the domain of warring couples and the old DHSS.
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