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monitor [ˈmɒnɪtə] n
chem. przyrząd kontrolno-ostrzegawczy
construct. armatka wodna
tech. wodomiotacz m; hydromonitor
monitor [ˈmɒnɪtə] v
gen. monitorować; monitor
auto.ctrl. nadzorować
monitoring ['mɔnɪt(ə)rɪŋ] v
environ. monitoring m (systematyczna kontrola w celu oceny zmian ilościowych i jakościowych; To check regularly in order to perceive change in some quality or quantity)
fin. monitorowanie
radiation monitor [ˈmɒnɪtə] v
radiol. monitor promieniowania
 English thesaurus
monitor ['mɔnɪtə] abbr.
abbr. clinical research associate (Andrey Truhachev)
mil., abbr. mntr; mon; mtr
monitor to [ˈmɒnɪtə] n
mil., logist. Security mission or measure consisting in systematically observing space, land, air-sea surfaces and underwater areas, places, people or objects using visual, acoustic, electronic, photographic or other means, in order to detect any enemy activity at a location, in a direction or area monitoring a gap in order to alert and to collect information. 2. Mission for the air defense artillery, consisting in taking part in the detection, identification and information collection on the air activity in a given air space. FRA
"Monitor" n
avia., Canada An expression used in radiocommunication meaning "Listen out on frequency."
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