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controlar in English:

1. monitor monitor


I’m going to buy a heart rate monitor.
Mam słaby wzrok i muszę kupić większy monitor.
School principal monitor things such as punctuality, uniform, and behaviour of the pupils.
Many companies monitor their employees' internet activity.
I'll monitor your progress from my computer.
Use coaching tools to monitor results
The government is looking for ways to monitor online chatter about political issues and correct what it perceives as misinformation.
A display, aka monitor, is an appliance that displays video signal of still images and moving pictures produced by a computer or similar device.
Sir Peter Blake was tragically killed by pirates on the Amazon river in 2001 as he was on a mission to monitor environment change.
Brightening your monitor should only require one button.
Whilst at university, Xiaowang held the post of class monitor.
A monitor is a device or a person who watches or checks to see that all is going well.
Early computers had black and white monitors.
Seismologists monitor movements of the ground.
A regional observatory will be directed to monitor the execution of the plan.

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2. to control to control


He always wants to control everything.
We need to control the department's expenditures.
to control work on the project

English word "controlar"(to control) occurs in sets:

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