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observation noun

1 examination

ADJ. careful, close, detailed | direct | systematic | casual | empirical, scientific | clinical | astronomical

PREP. for ~ She was admitted to hospital for observation. | under ~ The police have had him under observation for several weeks. | ~ of The survey was based on direct observation of over 500 schools.

PHRASES powers of observation an artist with acute powers of observation

2 remark

ADJ. general | astute, keen, shrewd | interesting

VERB + OBSERVATION make

PREP. ~ about He smiled, and made some observation about the weather. | ~ on her witty observations on life