see

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see

verb

Definition of SEE

1
to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes <out of the corner of my eye I saw the deer run into the woods>
Phrases get a load of [slang], lay eyes on, set eyes on
2
to come to a knowledge of (something) by living through it <a writer who saw World War II through the eyes of a common soldier>
3
to come to an awareness of <I bought the best seller just to see what all the fuss was about>
Synonyms ascertain, catch on (to), find out, get on (to), hear, learn, realize, see, wise (up)
Related Words hit (on or upon), tumble (to); descry, detect, encounter, espy, see, spot; calculate, dope (out), figure out, find, puzzle (out); discern, mind, note, observe, perceive; divine
4
to have a vague awareness of <I see a certain sadness in his letters to his relatives back home>
5
to make a social call upon <you should go and see Father at the hospital this afternoon>
Synonyms call (on or upon), drop in (on), see
Related Words look up, seek (out); drop by
Near Antonyms brush (aside or off), cold-shoulder, ignore, snub
7
to go along with in order to provide assistance, protection, or companionship <thanks for coming, and I'll see you to the door>
Synonyms attend, chaperone (or chaperon), companion, company, convoy, escort, see, squire
Related Words walk; associate, consort, pal (around), team (up); defend, guard, protect; bring, conduct, guide, lead, pilot, steer, usher; follow, shadow, tag, tag along, tail; hang (around), hover (over)
Near Antonyms abandon, desert, ditch, dump, forsake
8
to form a mental picture of <I can't see that spoiled brat as a soldier at all>

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