keep sight of somebody/something
keep sight of (someone or something)
1. To position oneself to be able to see someone or something. Keep sight of the thief while I call the police.
2. To remember or remind oneself of something. If you don't keep sight of your goal, you'll give up before you can ever achieve it.
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keep sight of someone or something
to keep someone or something in view. Try to keep sight of the skier. I want to keep sight of the children at all times.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
keep sight of somebody/something,
keep somebody/something in sight
1 stay in a position where you can see somebody/something: If you keep the tower in sight, you won’t get lost.
2 remain aware of something; not forget something: It’s important to keep sight of the fact that you have a small chance of winning.
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