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babysit to watch over or supervise children in the absence of their parents, usu. for payment.
balance wheel a wheel that regulates the movement of parts of a mechanism, as in a watch or a music box.
clock1 a mechanical or electric device, other than a watch, for measuring or indicating time. [2/3 definitions]
collet a metal ring or rim that holds a jewel or watch spring. [1/2 definitions]
crystal the clear covering of a watch face. [1/7 definitions]
dial the face of a clock or watch. [1/8 definitions]
drive-in an outdoor theater at which patrons watch movies from their automobiles. [1/3 definitions]
escapement the part of a mechanical watch or clock that controls the mechanism by the movement of a toothed wheel. [1/2 definitions]
fire tower a high towerlike structure, usu. in a forest, from which a lookout keeps watch to detect and report fires.
fob1 a short chain, strap, or ribbon usu. connected to a pocket watch, or a small ornament or medallion attached to the chain, strap, or ribbon. [2 definitions]
guard to keep watch over so as to prevent escape; keep in check; restrain. [1/7 definitions]
hover to stay very near, often so as to watch closely or protectively. [1/4 definitions]
keep an eye on to watch or tend with care.
keep tabs on (informal) to keep under close scrutiny; watch or observe carefully.
lifeguard a person employed to watch over a swimming area and rescue anyone who might be drowning.
lookout the act of keeping watch, searching, or observing. [2/4 definitions]
minute hand the longer hand on a watch or a clock, which moves around the entire face once an hour and indicates minutes.
night watch a watch or guard occurring during the night. [2/3 definitions]
observe to watch closely or make a systematic observation of. [1/9 definitions]
outwatch combined form of watch.
oversee to watch over and direct (others or their work); supervise. [2 definitions]