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/ si /
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verb (used with object), saw, seen, see·ing.
verb (used without object), saw, seen, see·ing.
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Origin of see

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First recorded before 900; Middle English sen, seen, se, Old English sēon, sēan, sían; cognate with Dutch zien, German sehen, Old Norse sjā, Gothic saihwan

synonym study for see

1. See watch.

OTHER WORDS FROM see

see·a·ble, adjectivesee·a·ble·ness, nounun·see·a·ble, adjective

Other definitions for see (2 of 2)

see2
[ see ]
/ si /

noun Ecclesiastical.
the seat, center of authority, office, or jurisdiction of a bishop.

Origin of see

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First recorded in 1300–50; Middle English se(e), sce, sse, from Old French sie,se, sce, from Latin sēdes “seat”
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British Dictionary definitions for see (1 of 2)

see1
/ (siː) /

verb sees, seeing, saw or seen

Derived forms of see

seeable, adjective

Word Origin for see

Old English sēon; related to Old Norse sjā, Gothic saihwan, Old Saxon sehan

British Dictionary definitions for see (2 of 2)

see2
/ (siː) /

noun
the diocese of a bishop, or the place within it where his cathedral or procathedral is situatedSee also Holy See

Word Origin for see

C13: from Old French sed, from Latin sēdēs a seat; related to sedēre to sit
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