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vide

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verb imperative vi·de \ˈvī-dē, ˈvē-ˌdā\

Definition of vide

  1. :  see —used to direct a reader to another item



Origin and Etymology of vide

Latin, from vidēre to see — more at wit


First Known Use: 1552


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