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keep a lookout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkeep a lookoutkeep a lookoutWATCHto keep watching carefully for something or someone, especially for dangerkeep a lookout for We were instructed to keep a lookout for enemy aircraft. When you’re driving, keep a sharp lookout (=watch extra carefully) for cyclists. lookout
Examples from the Corpus
keep a lookoutThen, with a watchful eye, it can keep a lookout for potential prey without revealing its presence.Soldiers kept a lookout for enemy planes through the night.And send a couple of your boys up here to keep a lookout.From his present position, Larsen would be better placed to keep a lookout for trouble and provide backup.
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