Definition of see:

part of speech: interjection

Impera. form of the verb see; lo! look! behold.

part of speech: noun

The seat of episcopal power; the jurisdiction of an archbishop or a bishop; a diocese; the authority of the Pope or court of Rome.

part of speech: verb

Look! Behold.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the eye; to have the power of sight; to behold; to observe; to discover; to view; to understand; to visit, as friends; to attend; to experience.

Usage examples:

  • I do not see why. Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr in "A Singer from the Sea".
  • I always see you, Jane. Marie Belloc Lowndes in "Jane Oglander".
  • We'll soon see about that. Ralph Bonehill in "Leo the Circus Boy".
  • You can't see her. Pauline Lester in "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman".

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