English version

watch somebody like a hawk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwatch somebody like a hawkwatch somebody like a hawkLOOK ATto watch someone very carefully hawk
Examples from the Corpus
watch somebody like a hawkHe seemed to be watching her like a hawk, waiting for some reaction.Today, more than usual, he had been watching them like a hawk.Kruger is watching them like a hawk!They're watching me like hawks here.Parents should watch their kids like a hawk for sunburns.And it's putting me off, having you watching me like a hawk all the time.
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