watch out‘And you watch out for the royal governess!’
neighbourhood watchThe exhibition included various crime prevention systems both for the home and the car and details of neighbourhood watch.
have to watchSo you have to watch it at home?
want to watchI want to watch
able to watchTo be free in private is to be able to watch pornography or to preach the gospel.
sit and watchGo and sit and watch the television
watch howFirst, though, watch how the Koi swims in the company of other fish (any ‘loners’ should automatically be avoided).
gold watchThen he called them across and gave each of them a beautiful gold watch.
keep a watchFrom my place on the gallery I could keep a watch on Claire's door and on what was happening in the hall below.
time to watchYou want to be home in time to watch that and
come and watchDo you want me to go, erm, and get changed then I, and then I can come and watch the .