"look", "see" or "watch"?

"look", "see" or "watch"? What's the difference?
10 years ago
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look means by our vision it shows see means open your eyes and have a look watch means carefully see for long time
Answered 10 years ago

We use "see" to mean simply that an image comes into our eyes. It may not be deliberate. When we look, we try to see. We make a special effort. We concentrate our eyes on something. Watch - to look at something carefully, usually at something which is moving.
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