- (no plural/sin plural) to have o hold a watching brief tener* un papel de observadorMore example sentences
- Our aim has always been to see this building serving the needs of the community so we will carry on with our watching brief.
- It's something we can keep a watching brief on, but at the moment it's not a community safety issue.
- We are here in an advisory position and will keep a watching brief on it.
Definition of watching brief in:
- The British & World English dictionary
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