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Similar trends may be observed in most modern societies.
James had already observed that she was not listening.
I observed him putting the watch into his pocket.
The proper procedures must be strictly observed.
Rebel forces say they will no longer observe the peace agreement.
'You always arrive at the right time,' he observed drily.
In his book he observes that the President was an able diplomat.
This is the British English definition of observe. View American English definition of observe.
money, food, or clothes given to poor people