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The example sentences of SEE in videos (15 in total of 10000)

see verb, base form ya proper noun, singular later adverb , see verb, base form ya proper noun, singular later adverb , see verb, base form ya proper noun, singular later adverb , see verb, base form ya proper noun, singular later adverb , see verb, base form ya proper noun, singular later adverb .
a determiner mega proper noun, singular million cardinal number ticket noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun hand noun, singular or mass see verb, base form it personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner name noun, singular or mass mega proper noun, singular million cardinal number see verb, base form the determiner color noun, singular or mass see verb, base form the determiner numbers noun, plural
we personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present spiral adjective designs noun, plural , we personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present chevrons noun, plural , we personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present concentric adjective circles noun, plural - we personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present sort noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction neolithic proper noun, singular
gotta proper noun, singular see verb, non-3rd person singular present it personal pronoun before preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun gotta proper noun, singular see verb, non-3rd person singular present yourself personal pronoun being verb, gerund or present participle joyful adjective before preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present yourself personal pronoun actually adverb in preposition or subordinating conjunction
i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun birthday noun, singular or mass cake noun, singular or mass look noun, singular or mass what wh-pronoun could modal i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner birthday noun, singular or mass cake noun, singular or mass i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present lots noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction friends noun, plural wow verb, non-3rd person singular present
one cardinal number of preposition or subordinating conjunction those determiner and coordinating conjunction then adverb see verb, base form a determiner smaller adjective, comparative film noun, singular or mass see verb, base form one cardinal number of preposition or subordinating conjunction those determiner see verb, base form a determiner documentary noun, singular or mass see verb, base form one cardinal number of preposition or subordinating conjunction those determiner see verb, base form
you personal pronoun can modal see verb, base form what wh-pronoun i personal pronoun can modal see verb, base form if preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun could modal see verb, base form if preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun could modal see verb, base form this determiner you personal pronoun 'd modal you personal pronoun 'd modal be verb, base form
a determiner while noun, singular or mass , to to see verb, base form the determiner world noun, singular or mass as preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present it personal pronoun , or coordinating conjunction want verb, non-3rd person singular present to to see verb, base form it personal pronoun .
i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner mark proper noun, singular , i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner jenny proper noun, singular , i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner gary proper noun, singular , i personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner nancy proper noun, singular .
see verb, base form places noun, plural not adverb just adverb in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner touristy noun, singular or mass hub noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction see verb, base form people noun, plural see verb, non-3rd person singular present houses noun, plural see verb, non-3rd person singular present everything noun, singular or mass around preposition or subordinating conjunction rather adverb
see verb, base form you personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present some determiner jab verb, base form you personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present some determiner going verb, gerund or present participle back adverb and coordinating conjunction forth adverb you personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner crack noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction real adjective
see verb, base form these determiner green adjective boxes noun, plural right adverb here adverb see verb, base form the determiner green adjective boxes noun, plural right adverb here adverb see verb, base form the determiner barcode proper noun, singular
see verb, base form you personal pronoun .
let verb, base form 's possessive ending see verb, base form .
let verb, base form 's possessive ending see verb, base form .

Use "see" in a sentence | "see" example sentences

How to use "see" in a sentence?

  • See, heroes never die. John Wayne isn't dead, Elvis isn't dead. Otherwise you don't have a hero. You can't kill a hero. That's why I never let him get older.
    -Mickey Spillane-
  • We all love to see excellence as a fan, and I am a fan now watching excellence in the Rangers net.
    -Mike Richter-
  • I love getting amazing jackets, because you can wear your pajamas underneath and everyone's like, 'Oh fabulous jacket', and I'm like, 'You should see what's underneath'.
    -Mary-Kate Olsen-
  • "Loving You is Easy Cause You're Beautiful" Hers was a gift of love, a miracle of life, For all the world to see and hear forever.
    -Minnie Riperton-
  • Sure I was glad to see John Wayne win the Oscar I'm always glad to see the fat lady win the Cadillac on TV, too.
    -Robert Mitchum-
  • I think true beauty is everywhere. Be it. See it. Notice it. Love it. Be grateful for it. Marvel at it. It's everywhere. It's all around us all the time.
    -Bellamy Young-
  • You know, the reward for 'Captain America' is amazing. It's always fun to see a giant spectacle film and see the fun stuff - the special effects.
    -Chris Evans-
  • Never lose an opportunity to see anything that is beautiful. It is God's handwriting a wayside sacrament. Welcome it in every fair face, every fair sky, every fair flower.
    -Ralph Waldo Emerson-
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Definition and meaning of SEE

What does "see mean?"
see

/sē/

see

verb
perceive with eyes.

What are synonyms of "see"?
Some common synonyms of "see" are:
  • discern,
  • perceive,
  • glimpse,
  • spot,
  • notice,
  • sight,
  • spy,
  • distinguish,
  • identify,
  • recognize,
  • detect,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/dəˈsərn/

discern
verb

To be able to tell differences, see shapes, etc..

/pərˈsēv/

perceive
verb

To think of someone or something in a certain way.

/ɡlim(p)s/

glimpse
noun verb

A brief sight of something. see or perceive briefly.

/spät/

spot
noun verb

Mark caused by a drop of liquid, food, etc.. To see someone or something by chance.

/ˈnōdəs/

notice
noun verb

Time by when you must leave, e.g. if you are fired. To become aware by sight, touch, or hearing.

/sīt/

sight
noun verb

Act of seeing someone or something. To see something rare or unusual.

spy

/spī/

spy
noun verb

Person who secretly watches other people. work for government or other organization by secretly collecting information about enemies or competitors.

/dəˈstiNGɡwiSH/

distinguish
verb

recognize or treat as different.

/īˈden(t)əˌfī/

identify
verb

To indicate who or what someone or something is.

/ˈrekəɡˌnīz/

recognize
verb

To accept the truth or reality of something.

/dəˈtekt/

detect
verb

discover or identify presence or existence of.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "see"

see over

tour and examine a building or site.

tour and examine a building or site.

see red

become very angry suddenly.

become very angry suddenly.

see also

Used to refer a reader to another work that is related to the topic being di ...

Used to refer a reader to another work that is related to the topic being discussed.

see life

gain a wide experience of the world, especially its more pleasurable aspects.

gain a wide experience of the world, especially its more pleasurable aspects.

see in

find good or attractive qualities in someone.

find good or attractive qualities in someone.

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