v. 1 to look at; 2 to understand; to know; 3 to visit for social or other reasons; 4 to find out; 5 to have experience of; 6 to make sure
I see you.
I see you.
What movie did the family go see together?
What did Veronica see when see reached the bottom of the tower?
What did Pinkalicious see while she was riding bikes with her mom?
What was one reason Katerina-Elizabeth was glad to see her grandmother in Scotland?
When did Churchill go to see Susan after he came back from the army?
What was seen on land before the crew could see the land itself?
Why didn't Harris want Bert to see his mother?
Please give my greetings to your family when you see them.
Who did Pooh and his friends see floating in the water?
Why do the people of Russia see awful things about Mama during the war?
What kind of bird did Annie see for the first time at Chief Ross's house?
I have an appointment to see the doctor.
What does Teddy do when Nate explains that it's funny to see people suffer minor injuries?
Why did the principal want to see Liz?
look at; notice; observe; sight; view
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