Spanish English Dictionary

español - English


in English:

1. monitor

Your manager will closely monitor your progress.
watch and check a situation carefully for a period of time in order to discover something about it

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2. to control

He always wants to control everything.
He didn’t control the situation.
Passport control.
We need to control the department's expenditures.
to control work on the project

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