verb (intr, preposition)
to examine or investigate
to discover the true nature ofI can't see into your thoughts
What’s It Called When You Can “Taste” A Word Or “See” A Sound?Is it possible to see a taste? Or taste a word? The answer is yes, sort of. So, what is that condition called?
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Idioms and Phrases with see into
Investigate; see look into.
Understand the true character or nature of, as in Mother could see into Mary very well and knew exactly what she was up to. Shakespeare used this idiom in 2 Henry VI (3:1): “Well hath your Highness seen into this duke.”
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