Lengua inglesa
verb (past tense saw , past participle seen , present participle seeing )
1 to perceive by the sense seated in the eyes.
2 intr to have the power of vision.
3 tr & intr to perceive mentally; to understand or realize Don't you see what she's trying to do?
4 to watch We're going to see a play .
5 to be aware of or know, especially by looking or reading I see from your letter that you're married .
6 tr & intr to find out; to learn We'll have to see what happens .
7 to predict; to expect We could see what was going to happen .
8 to meet up with someone; to spend time with someone I haven't seen her for ages .
9 to spend time with someone regularly, especially romantically He's been seeing her for quite a while now .
10 to speak to someone; to consult He's asking to see the manager .
11 to receive as a visitor or client The doctor will see you now .
12 to make sure of something See that you lock the door .
13 to imagine, and often also to regard as likely I can still see her as a little girl I can't see him agreeing .
14 to consider I see her more as an acquaintance than a friend .
15 to encounter or experience She's seen too much pain in her life .
16 to be witness to something as a sight or event We're now seeing huge increases in unemployment .
17 (see something in someone) to find an attractive feature in them I don't know what he sees in her .
18 to escort I'll see you out .
19 to refer to (the specified page, chapter, etc) for information see page five .
20 intr (see to something) to attend to it; to take care of it Will you see to it?
21 cards to match the bet of someone by staking the same sum I'll see you and raise you five .
[Anglo-Saxon seon ]
see red see under red.
see things to have hallucinations.
see you later colloq an expression of temporary farewell.
see about something to attend to a matter or concern.
see into something to investigate it; to look into it.
see someone off
1 to accompany them to their place of departure saw her off at the airport .
2 colloq to get rid of them by force saw the burglar off saw the cat off .
see someone out to outlive them.
see something out to stay until the end of it.
see over or round something to inspect it; to look over it.
see through something
1 to discern what is implied by an idea or scheme, etc.
2 to detect or determine the truth underlying a lie I saw through your plan straight away .
see something through to participate in it to the end.

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1 the office of bishop of a particular diocese.
2 the area under the religious authority of a bishop or archbishop.
3 the Holy See.
[13c: from French sied , from Latin sedes seat, from sedere to sit]

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