Will keep an eye out for it?

Will keep an eye out for it?

keep an eye out for (something) To “keep an eye out for” something means to look for it. But “keeping an eye out” doesn’t mean that you’re actively searching for something. It means that you’re looking for it while you do something else.

Is keep an eye out slang?

Keep an eye out for someone or something means to look for it or watch out for it. It also means to spy on something.

How do you say keep your eye out professionally?

look out

  1. be alert.
  2. be careful.
  3. be on guard.
  4. beware.
  5. check out.
  6. have a care.
  7. heads up.
  8. hearken.

Will keep an eye out for your email?

keep an eye on my email = pay attention to my inbox. (email is non-countable in this usage). kepp an eye out for your emails = check my email carefully so I don’t miss your messages (email is countable in this usage.)

What’s another way to say keep an eye out?

What is another word for keep an eye out?

keep an eye peeled be on the lookout
wait pick up on
be vigilant take heed
keep your eyes open keep eyes peeled
watch pay attention

What is another word for keep an eye on?

What is another word for keep an eye on?

watch observe
survey spy on
keep tabs on eagle-eye
keep track of keep a tab on
keep under observation watch closely

What can I say instead of keeping my eyes out?

look out for; keep an eye out; watch out; watch for; be on the lookout; spy on; spy; play the spy.

Where does the saying Keep an eye out come from?

Be watchful for something or someone, as in Keep an eye out for the potholes in the road, or They told him to keep a sharp lookout for the police. The first expression, sometimes amplified to keep a sharp eye out for, dates from the late 1800s, the variant from the mid-1700s.

Will keep a look out?

If you are keeping a lookout for something or are on the lookout for it, you are alert and careful about it, either because you do not want to miss it or because it will be unpleasant or harmful and you need to avoid it.

What is the word for looking out for someone?

What is another word for looking out for?

caring supporting
superintending minding
caring for taking care of
tending governing
riding herd on giving heed to

What do you keep an eye on?

to watch someone or something or stay informed about the person’s behavior, esp. to keep someone out of trouble: Keep an eye on your brother while I’m out, please.

What does it mean to have your eye on someone?

DEFINITIONS1. to be watching someone carefully, especially because you think they are going to do something wrong. I’ve got my eye on you Sarah.