keep tabs on someone

keep tabs on someone
keep tabs on (someone/something) to watch a person or a situation carefully.

Websites use software that keeps tabs on who visits the site.

Once you buy a stock, you need to keep tabs on it.


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • keep tabs on someone — If you keep tabs on someone, you check, watch and keep a close eye on what they are doing …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • keep tabs on someone — keep tabs on (something/someone) to watch a person or a situation carefully so that you always know what they are doing or what is happening. I like to keep tabs on my bank balance so that I don t get overdrawn. I get the feeling he s keeping… …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep tabs on something — keep tabs on (someone/something) to watch a person or a situation carefully. Websites use software that keeps tabs on who visits the site. Once you buy a stock, you need to keep tabs on it …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep tabs on — (someone/something) to watch a person or a situation carefully. Websites use software that keeps tabs on who visits the site. Once you buy a stock, you need to keep tabs on it …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep tabs on something — keep tabs on (something/someone) to watch a person or a situation carefully so that you always know what they are doing or what is happening. I like to keep tabs on my bank balance so that I don t get overdrawn. I get the feeling he s keeping… …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep tabs on — (something/someone) to watch a person or a situation carefully so that you always know what they are doing or what is happening. I like to keep tabs on my bank balance so that I don t get overdrawn. I get the feeling he s keeping tabs on me and… …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep tabs on — verb keep a record on or watch attentively The government keeps tabs on the dissidents • Hypernyms: ↑watch, ↑observe, ↑follow, ↑watch over, ↑keep an eye on • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep — [c]/kip / (say keep) verb (kept, keeping) –verb (t) 1. to maintain in one s action or conduct: to keep watch; to keep step; to keep silence. 2. to cause to continue in some place, position, state, course, or action specified: to keep a light… …  

  • keep an eye on — verb follow with the eyes or the mind (Freq. 3) Keep an eye on the baby, please! The world is watching Sarajevo She followed the men with the binoculars • Syn: ↑watch, ↑observe, ↑follow, ↑watch over …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep up with — 1 she walked fast to keep up with him: KEEP PACE WITH, keep abreast of; match, equal. 2 he kept up with events at home: KEEP INFORMED ABOUT, keep up to date with, keep abreast of; informal keep tabs on. 3 they kept up with him by Christmas cards …   Useful english dictionary

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