keep an eye on
This page is about the idiom keep an eye on
If you keep an eye on someone, you make sure you know what they're doing.
- I'm a bit worried about Hannah's health so could you keep an eye on her while I'm away.
- The media has promised to keep an eye on the new government and report anything that seems suspicious.
You can also say "keep my eye on", "keep your eye on" etc., as in "I asked Mary to keep her eye on the dog."
I'm going to the shop so could you keep an eye on
Contributor: Matt Errey