v. 观察; 看到; 评论; 遵守; 庆祝
If you observe a person or thing, you watch them carefully, especially in order to learn something about them.
Stern also studies and observes the behaviour of babies...
Are there any classes I could observe?...
If you observe someone or something, you see or notice them.
In 1664 Hooke observed a reddish spot on the surface of the planet.
If you observe that something is the case, you make a remark or comment about it, especially when it is something you have noticed and thought about a lot.
We observe that the first calls for radical transformation did not begin until the period of the industrial revolution...
'He is a fine young man,' observed Stephen.
If you observe something such as a law or custom, you obey it or follow it.
Imposing speed restrictions is easy, but forcing motorists to observe them is trickier...
The army was observing a ceasefire...
1. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of;
2. make mention of;
3. observe with care or pay close attention to;
4. watch attentively;
5. show respect towards;
6. celebrate, as of holidays or rites;
7. follow with the eyes or the mind;
8. observe correctly or closely;
9. conform one's action or practice to;
look, see, watch, observe, witness
It is an indicator to observe the loss that occurs during the process of energy conversion.
Objective : To observe the effect of Bitnal treating chronic Ulcerative colitis by orally and vetention enema.
Objective : To observe the efficacy of cataract extraction with IOL implantation in children.
In 1948, he went to lake Kivu in the Congo to observe a new volcano which he later named Kituro.
Purpose : To observe the clinical effect of the cutaneous needle and moxibustion with ginger on neurodermatitis.