English version

under the (watchful/stern etc) eye of somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunder the (watchful/stern etc) eye of somebodyunder the (watchful/stern etc) eye of somebodywhile being watched by someone who is making sure that you behave properly or do something right We went to dances, but only under the watchful eye of our father. eye
Examples from the Corpus
under the (watchful/stern etc) eye of somebodyThwarted, he then embraced her stiffly before taking the baby in his arms under the watchful eye of his wife.The hoopla also continued well into the night outside the casinos under the eyes of Las Vegas police and security guards.He flashed his security pass under the eyes of the two armed guards posted beside the exit door.Today, the Reichardt duck farm is run under the watchful eye of Jim Reichardt, great grandson of the original founder.They act out roles and techniques under the watchful eye of their instructors.Voice over Back at the Young Telegraph, their final copy is put together under the watchful eye of a full-time reporter.
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