Meaning: keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance; "we are monitoring the air quality"; "the police monitor the suspect's moves"
"My monitor is not to sink!"
"Brother, don't you sink my monitor!"
"And the torpedo went at the monitor!"
My monitor was in bed and couldn't sink!"
"And then they steamed bang into the monitor."
My monitor always goes to bed at seven, and it's now quarter past.
The small boy was busily reciting the phases of the fight, which now approached its climax, and the little girl evidently suspected that her monitor was destined to play the part of victim.
Montraville started; a momentary flush of resentment crossed his cheek, but instantly gave place to a death-like paleness, occasioned by painful remembrance remembrance awakened by that monitor, whom, though we may in vain endeavour, we can never entirely silence.