Definition for se (2 of 3)
Definition for se (3 of 3)
Origin of se-
Examples from the Web for se
With her characteristic fierce energy, Clinton poured herself into the fight, chanting “Si, se puede” at rally after rally.
What I usually depend upon is the tax credits from the kids and the EITC to offset the SE tax.
One read: “db cooper was a great man... the wheres waldo bandit will be better... se ya gys in seattle next (sic).”
Sí, se puede was a rallying cry for American labor unions when Obama was still at high school.
So it was a surprise that the first thing I noticed outside Havana airport this month was a mural proclaiming “ Sí, se puede.”
Dj on avait plac un linceul sur le corps de la jeune fille: on se preparait l'ensevelir.Story of My Life, volumes 1-3|Augustus J. C. Hare
"I'se warrant he's do that, doctor," and in slunk the faithful beast.Rab and His Friends and Other Papers|John Brown
They'se another play on where a man r-runs off with a woman that's no betther thin she ought to be.Mr. Dooley's Philosophy|Finley Peter Dunne
By this ye may se, that they, that have but small lernyng, som tyme speke truely unaduysed.Shakespeare Jest-Books;|Unknown
The special bravura song (II) is in the second act, "Ah, se il crudel periglio del caro ben ramento."Life Of Mozart, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Otto Jahn