see out


verb (tr, adverb)

to remain or endure until the end ofwe'll see the first half of the game out and then leave
to be present at the departure of (a person from a house, room, etc)

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Idioms and Phrases with see out

see out

1

Also, see someone out; see someone to the door. Escort someone to the door, as in The butler saw him out, or She refused to see him to the door. This usage was first recorded in Shakespeare's Coriolanus (3:3): “Come, come, let's see him out at gates.” Also see see someone off.

2

Remain with an undertaking to the end; see see through, def. 2.

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