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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
see (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to perceive by the eye
b) to perceive or detect as if by sight
2.
a) to have experience of - undergo see army service
b) to come to know - discover
c) to be the setting or time of - the last fifty years have seen a sweeping revolution in science Barry Commoner
3.
a) to form a mental picture of - visualize can still see her as she was years ago
b) to perceive the meaning or importance of - understand
c) to be aware of - recognize sees only our faults
d) to imagine as a possibility - suppose couldn't see him as a crook
4.
a) - examine watch want to see how she handles the problem
b) (1) - read
(2) to read of
c) to attend as a spectator - see a play
5.
a) to take care of provide for - had enough money to see us through
b) to make sure - see that order is kept
6.
a) to regard as - judge
b) to prefer to have - I'll see him hanged first I'll see you dead before I accept your terms
c) to find acceptable or attractive - can't understand what he sees in her
7.
a) to call on - visit
b) (1) to keep company with especially in courtship or dating - had been seeing each other for a year
(2) to grant an interview to - receive the president will see you now
8.
- accompany escort see the guests to the door
9.
intransitive verb
to meet (a bet) in poker or to equal the bet of (a player) - call
1.
a) to give or pay attention
b) to look about
2.
a) to have the power of sight
b) to apprehend objects by sight
c) to perceive objects as if by sight
3.
a) to grasp something mentally
b) to acknowledge or consider something being pointed out - see, I told you it would rain
4.
to make investigation or inquiry
see (noun)
1.
a) archaic - cathedra
b) a cathedral town
c) a seat of a bishop's office, power, or authority
2.
the authority or jurisdiction of a bishop
See (biographical name)
Thomas Jefferson Jackson 1866–1962 Am. astron. & math.
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
see (verb)
1.
to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes
SYNONIMS:
behold, catch, descry, discern, distinguish, espy, eye, look (at), note, notice, observe, perceive, regard, remark, sight, spot, spy, view, witness
RELATED WORDS:
identify, make out, pick out, pick up; attend (to), consider, heed, mark, mind; study, watch; examine, inspect, scan, scrutinize, survey; glance (at), glimpse, peer (at)
get a load of [], lay eyes on, set eyes on
NEAR ANTONYMS:
disregard, ignore, neglect, overpass, pass over; miss, overlook
see (verb)
2.
to come to a knowledge of (something) by living through it
SYNONIMS:
endure, feel, have, know, pass, see, suffer, sustain, taste, undergo, witness
RELATED WORDS:
encounter, meet; accept, receive; assimilate, digest
see (verb)
3.
to come to an awareness of
SYNONIMS:
ascertain, catch on (to), find out, get on (to), hear, learn, realize, see, wise (up)
RELATED WORDS:
hit (on upon), tumble (to); descry, detect, encounter, espy, see, spot; calculate, dope (out), figure out, find, puzzle (out); discern, mind, note, observe, perceive; divine
NEAR ANTONYMS:
miss, overlook; disregard, ignore; forget, unlearn; blanket, blot out, cloak, conceal, cover, curtain, enshroud, hide, mask, occult, screen, shroud, veil
see (verb)
4.
to have a vague awareness of
SYNONIMS:
perceive, scent, see, sense, smell, taste
RELATED WORDS:
behold, descry, discern, distinguish, espy, eye, look (at), note, notice, observe, perceive, regard, remark, sight, spy, view, witness; ascertain, catch on (to), discover, find out, hear, learn, realize; anticipate, divine, expect, foreknow, foresee; assume, conjecture, guess, presume, speculate, suppose, surmise, suspect
see (verb)
5.
to make a social call upon
SYNONIMS:
call (on upon), drop in (on), see
RELATED WORDS:
look up, seek (out); drop by
NEAR ANTONYMS:
brush (aside off), cold-shoulder, ignore, snub
see (verb)
6.
to have a clear idea of
SYNONIMS:
appreciate, apprehend, assimilate, behold, catch, catch on (to), cognize, compass, conceive, cotton (to on to), decipher, decode, dig, discern, get, grasp, grok, intuit, know, make, make out, perceive, recognize, register, savvy, see, seize, sense, tumble (to), twig, understand
RELATED WORDS:
absorb, digest, take in; realize; fathom, penetrate, pierce
NEAR ANTONYMS:
misapprehend, misconceive, misconstrue, misinterpret, misperceive, misread, mistake, misunderstand
miss
see (verb)
7.
to go along with in order to provide assistance, protection, or companionship
SYNONIMS:
attend, chaperone ( 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
see (verb)
8.
to form a mental picture of
SYNONIMS:
conceit, conceive, conjure (up), dream, envisage, envision, fancy, fantasize, fantasy, feature, ideate, image, picture, see, vision, visualize
RELATED WORDS:
daydream, stargaze; hallucinate; re-create, reflect, relive, reminisce; contemplate, meditate, muse, ponder, ruminate; concoct, fabricate, invent, make up, manufacture, plan, project; foresee, prefigure
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