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watch

imenicagramatika

Sinonimi: ticker | vigil

ETYM Old Eng. wacche, as. waecce, from wacian to wake; akin to Dutch wacht, waak, German wacht, wache. Related to Wake.
(Irregular plural: watches).
1. A small portable timepiece; SYN. ticker.
2. A purposeful surveillance to guard or observe; SYN. vigil.
3. A period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty.
4. The period during which someone (especially a guard) is on duty.
Portable timepiece. In the early 20th century increasing miniaturization, mass production, and, in World War I, the advantages of the wristband led to the watch moving from the pocket to the wrist. Watches were also subsequently made waterproof, antimagnetic, self-winding, and shock-resistant. In 1957 the electric watch was developed, and in the 1970s came the digital watch, which dispensed with all moving parts.
History.
Traditional mechanical watches with analog dials (hands) are based on the invention by Peter Henlein (1480–1542) of the mainspring as the energy store. By 1675 the invention of the balance spring allowed watches to be made small enough to move from waist to pocket. By the 18th century pocket-watches were accurate, and by the 20th century wristwatches were introduced. In the 1950s battery-run electromagnetic watches were developed; in the 1960s electronic watches were marketed, which use the piezoelectric oscillations of a quartz crystal to mark time and an electronic circuit to drive the hands. In the 1970s quartz watches without moving parts were developed—the solid-state watch with a display of digits. Some include a tiny calculator and such functions as date, alarm, stopwatch, and reminder beeps.

1. bdenje

imenica

Bdenija.

2. brodska straža

ženski rod

3. budnost

ženski rod

4. časovnik

muški rod

Sat.

5. džepni sat

muški rod

6. motrenje

imenica

7. nespavanje

imenica

8. pažnja

ženski rod

9. prethodno upozorenje

imenica

10. sat

muški rod

1. Časovnik.
2. Vremenski period od 60 minuta.

11. straža

ženski rod

Telesna garda.

12. stražar

muški rod

Vojnik na straži, čuvar nekog objekta.

13. stražarenje

imenica

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watch

glagol

Sinonimi: view | see | catch | take in | look on | observe | follow | watch over | keep an eye on | look out | watch out

ETYM Cf. as. woeccan, wacian. Related to Watch, Wake.
1. To see or view; SYN. view, see, catch, take in.
2. To observe with attention; SYN. look on.
3. To look attentively.
4. To follow with the eyes or the mind; SYN. observe, follow, watch over, keep an eye on.
5. To be vigilant, be on the lookout, be on one's guard, be careful; SYN. look out, watch out.

1. bdeti

glagol

2. čekati

glagol

3. čuvati

glagol

4. gledati

glagol

5. kontrolisati

glagol

Pregledati (rad, račune i sl.); nadgledati, nadziravati, paziti na (koga ili što); unositi u kontrolnu knjigu.

6. motriti

glagol

7. očekivati

glagol

8. osmatrati

glagol

9. paziti

glagol

10. paziti na

glagol

11. posmatrati

glagol

12. stražariti

glagol

13. vrebati

glagol

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