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|I/you/we/they||watch out for|
|he/she/it||watches out for|
|present participle||watching out for|
|past tense||watched out for|
|past participle||watched out for|
Watch out for snakes!
The program will discuss street crime and what you should watch out for.
Watch out for big discounts and clearance sales this time of the year.
People in my family have always watched out for one another.
This is the American English definition of watch out for. View British English definition of watch out for.
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