see

see
see1
seeable, adj.seeableness, n.
/see/, v., saw, seen, seeing.
v.t.
1. to perceive with the eyes; look at.
2. to view; visit or attend as a spectator: to see a play.
3. to perceive by means of computer vision.
4. to scan or view, esp. by electronic means: The satellite can see the entire southern half of the country.
5. to perceive (things) mentally; discern; understand: to see the point of an argument.
6. to construct a mental image of; visualize: He still saw his father as he was 25 years ago.
7. to accept or imagine or suppose as acceptable: I can't see him as president.
8. to be cognizant of; recognize: to see the good in others; to see where the mistake is.
9. to foresee: He could see war ahead.
10. to ascertain, learn, or find out: See who is at the door.
11. to have knowledge or experience of: to see service in the foreign corps.
12. to make sure: See that the work is done.
13. to meet and converse with: Are you seeing her at lunch today?
14. to receive as a visitor: The ambassador finally saw him.
15. to visit: He's gone to see his aunt.
16. to court, keep company with, or date frequently: They've been seeing each other for a long time.
17. to provide aid or assistance to; take care of: He's seeing his brother through college.
18. to attend or escort: to see someone home.
19. Cards. to match (a bet) or match the bet of (a bettor) by staking an equal sum; call: I'll see your five and raise you five more.
20. to prefer (someone or something) to be as indicated (usually used as a mild oath): I'll see you in hell before I sell you this house. He'll see the business fail before he admits he's wrong.
21. to read or read about: I saw it in the newspaper.
v.i.
22. to have the power of sight.
23. to be capable of perceiving by means of computer vision.
24. to understand intellectually or spiritually; have insight: Philosophy teaches us to see.
25. to give attention or care: See, there it goes.
26. to find out; make inquiry: Go and see for yourself.
27. to consider; think; deliberate: Let me see, how does that song go?
28. to look about; observe: They heard the noise and came out to see.
29. see about,
a. to investigate; inquire about.
b. to turn one's attention to; take care of: He said he would see about getting the license plates.
30. see after, to attend to; take care of: Will you please see after my plants while I'm away?
31. see off, to take leave of someone setting out on a journey; accompany to the place of departure: I went to the airport to see them off.
32. see out, to remain with (a task, project, etc.) until its completion: We decided to see it out, even if it meant another year.
33. see through,
a. to penetrate to the true nature of; comprehend; detect: He quickly saw through my story.
b. to stay with to the end or until completion; persevere: to see a difficult situation through.
34. see to, to take care of; be responsible for: I'll see to the theater tickets.
[bef. 900; ME seen, OE seon; c. D zien, G sehen, ON sja, Goth saihwan]
Syn. 1. observe, notice, distinguish, discern, behold, regard. See watch. 5. comprehend, penetrate. 10. determine. 11. know, undergo. 18. accompany.
see2
/see/, n. Eccles.
the seat, center of authority, office, or jurisdiction of a bishop.
[1250-1300; ME se(e) < OF se (var. of sie) < L sedes seat]

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