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under observation, to be


under observation, to be rate
(Expression) To be under medical care where medical staff check the condition of the patient regularly for signs of improvement or deterioration; to be watched closely by the police.
Usage: He was put under observation after treatment and released the next day.
A police spokesman said the suspect is being kept under observation.

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