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Synonyms for see

visit

Synonyms

  • visit
  • call on
  • drop in on
  • look (someone) up
  • be the guest of
  • call in on
  • pop in on
  • pay a call on

consider

Synonyms

speak to

go out with

Synonyms

  • go out with
  • court
  • date
  • have an affair with
  • walk out with
  • have a fling with
  • keep company with
  • go steady with
  • consort or associate with

refer to

Synonyms

  • refer to

I see

Synonyms

  • I understand
  • right
  • uh huh
  • mmm
  • I'm with you
  • I've got you
  • ah ha

see someone off

Synonyms

see someone through

see something through

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see through something or someone

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see to something or someone

seeing as

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Synonyms for see

to apprehend (images) by use of the eyes

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

to look upon in a particular way

to know in advance

to participate in or partake of personally

to be with another person socially on a regular basis

to go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize

see to: to have the care and supervision of

Synonyms for see

the seat within a bishop's diocese where his cathedral is located

perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight

find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort

go to see for professional or business reasons

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go to see for a social visit

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go to see a place, as for entertainment

Synonyms

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take charge of or deal with

receive as a specified guest

see and understand, have a good eye

deliberate or decide

observe as if with an eye

accompany or escort

Synonyms

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match or meet

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AA spokeswoman Alison Birkett added: "We are glad they have seen sense and stopped the promotion.
Our campaign has been fully justified as Railtrack has at last seen sense.
So it's a relief for sports fans that golf's bigwigshave seen sense and accepted the need for a decent match-play event involvingall the world's top players.
The Labour backbencher said: "At the 11th hour and 59th minute, the Government has seen sense, but people will still be rightly outraged because this is their money.
Thankfully - after her story was highlighted in the Record - the DWP have seen sense and granted the pounds 100 weekly benefit.
Luckily, Kate has seen sense and realised that unless he too is cured of his drug addiction, he will not be a good influence in her life.
THANK God David Blunkett has seen sense and resigned.
They have already seen sense and banned this disgusting and dangerous habit.
lHave councillors seen sense or should rules be rules?
THANK heavens Liverpool FC have seen sense - or bowed to the tidal wave of protest from ordinary members of the public, including many of their own loyal supporters, no doubt.
But at least she seems to have seen sense, taken a deep breath.
I WAS pleased to read that Tony Blair has finally seen sense and vowed to stay out of the war George Bush is planning in Iran.
FIFA has seen sense and relaxed its new substitutes rule for friendlies.
AFTER months of confusion as to whether Russell Goodway has or has not been Lord Mayor of Cardiff, at last he has finally seen sense and given up his fight to claim the title.