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From Latin monitor (warner), from perfect passive participle monitus (warning), from verb monere (to warn, admonish, remind)

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Monitor

Plural
Monitors

Monitor (plural Monitors)
  1. Someone who watches over something; a person in charge of something or someone.
  2. (computing) A device similar to a television set used as to give a graphical display of the output from a computer.
  3. (computing) A program for viewing and editing, as in machine code monitor.
  4. Patrono:Nautical A class of warship designed for shore bombardment rather than combat with other ships.
  5. Patrono:Military A type of armored warship designed for riverine warfare
  6. (British) A student leader in a class
  7. (US)(obsolete) An all-iron steam-powered screw-propelled warship with one or two dual gun turrets, and low freeboard
  8. (archaic) An ironclad
  9. A monitor lizard.

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Infinitive
to Monitor

Third person singular
Monitors

Simple past
Monitored

Past participle
Monitored

Present participle
Monitoring

to Monitor (third-person singular simple present Monitors, present participle Monitoring, simple past and past participle Monitored)
  1. (transitive) To watch over, guard.
    He carefully monitored the chemical experiment.

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From English monitor.

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Monitor m. sg.

  1. monitor (computing)

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monitor m. inv.

  1. monitor (apparatus)

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Monitor m.

  1. (computing) monitor (electronic device as in computer monitor)

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Monitor m. (plural monitores)

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Monitor m.

Plural
monitores m.

  1. monitor (electronic device)

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Monitor m. (feminine monitora, masculine plural monitores, feminine plural monitoras)

  1. coach, trainer

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