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Monitor: noun, verb mon•i•tor

ˈmä-nə-tər 

Definition: (noun): One that warns or instructs: monitors and instructors for troops green in the art of war — New York Times. A device for observing, checking or keeping a continuous record of a specific function: a heart monitor.

(verb): To watch closely for purposes of control, surveillance, etc.; keep track of; check continually: to monitor one’s eating habits.

Origin of Monitor: From Latin (1540-50): monit – warned; monere – prompter, adviser, to remind, to advise.

 

 

 

 

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