Traductions & exemples
to keep an eye on (aussi: to bogart, to guard, to herd, to hold on, to hold on to, to hold on to, to hold onto, to keep, to look after, to retain)
expand_more Nous voulons tout particulièrement garder à l'esprit la simplification.
En tant que Parlement, nous devons aussi garder un œil sur l'évolution des choses.
Nous ne devons pas décourager Sarajevo, mais nous devons également garder un œil sur les autorités du pays.
Exemples d'usage pour « to keep an eye on » en français
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EnglishYou or your services should keep an eye out for those who wish to take the floor.
EnglishWe certainly need to keep an eye on products imported from third countries.
EnglishSo this could still go to appeal and we need to keep an eye on these cases.
EnglishWe must keep an eye on the cumulative effects of the measures we take.
EnglishWe as Parliament must then also keep an eye on how things progress.
EnglishBut it is important always to promote those projects we can keep an eye on.
EnglishParliament has to keep an eye on compliance with the directives it produces.
EnglishIn other words, we are continuing to keep an eye on developments.
EnglishMost importantly, we need to keep an eye on internal developments.
EnglishIn this case, we leave parents to keep an eye on their children.
EnglishWe stand by the Galician fishermen but we must keep our eye on the ball.
EnglishThe project must be considered in its entirety and we must keep an eye on the bigger picture.
EnglishI should be glad if the observatory could in fact be set up to keep an eye on things in Europe.
EnglishMy message to the next Parliament is, 'Be vigilant; keep an eye on the process'.
EnglishI believe that is something which we will need to keep an eye on in the years ahead.
EnglishSo please trust me that we will continue to keep an eye on the situation.
EnglishWe will keep an eye on this and will continue to push for clarity.
EnglishClearly, the issue of long-term programmes is one of the key things that we need to keep our eye on.
EnglishHonourable senators, we will keep an eye on that for you as we go through the year.
EnglishWe particularly want to keep an eye on the simplification side.