(v.) = notice ; see ; watch ; spy ; behold ; observe ; eye ; remark ; look down over ; look down on/upon. Ex: Notice that records 2 and 4 do not appear on the directory. Ex: Where the conference cannot be seen to have a name, then the work will normally be treated as a collection. Ex: Watch what occurs as the letters 'New' and a space are typed. Ex: She spied Asadorian in earnest converse with McSpadden. Ex: As Confucius said 'behold the turtle, he makes progress only when his neck is out'. Ex: This is a very common failing of librarians and can be observed daily: they appear unable to recognise when enough is enough. Ex: The banking community is eyeing its possibilities with serious interest. Ex: When Ed Blume was asked at a meeting about LC's failure to have established a heading for rock music for so long, he remarked: 'Today's horse may be tomorrow's carrion'. Ex: There was one ram that was content to stay up in the cliffs and look down over his domain. Ex: The characters stand inside a mysterious domed structure looking down on the Earth watching the 19th century take shape. ---- * aficionado a observar las estrellas = stargazer. * observar atentamente y durante cierto tiempo = maintain + vigil. * observar con más detalle = closer look. * observar las estrellas = stargaze ; gaze at + the stars. * persona que ve/observa = watcher.