watch (someone's) back

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watch (someone's) back

To be willing and prepared to help or defend someone; to look out for someone in case they need assistance. Don't worry about those thugs, buddy. I'll watch your back if they ever come bother you again. You can always rely on your parents to watch your back.
See also: back, watch

watch your (or someone's) back

protect yourself (or someone else) against danger from an unexpected quarter.
See also: back, watch
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Katie Price said she hopes Peter Andre will watch her back on reality show I'm A Celebrity.
Erbe better watch her back - Buck brings a good edgy energy to the show.
Jane Robelot, top anchor of the revamped ``This Morning,'' doesn't need to watch her back at CBS, says ``Inside Edition's'' Deborah Norville, whose tenure at the Eye as a ``48 Hours'' correspondent was infinitely smoother than her short, nasty ride as co-anchor of NBC's ``Today.