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to see  (sē)

v. saw (sô), seen (sēn), see·ing, sees

1.  To perceive with the eye

Synonyms: see, behold, note, notice, remark, espy, descry, observe, contemplate, survey, view, perceive, discern.

These verbs refer to being or becoming visually or mentally aware of something. See, the most general, can mean merely to use the faculty of sight but more often implies recognition, understanding, or appreciation....











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