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

"look", "see" or "watch"? What's the difference?
8 years ago
Asked 8 years ago
Jack

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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 8 years ago
shijith

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.
Answered 8 years ago
Jason

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