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Noun
A saying or proverb
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“Spare me the old saw about love and marriage.”
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A musical instrument consisting of a thin sheet of metal, or sometimes a saw, usually played with a bow
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Precision tool
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Machine-powered saw
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A traditional story sometimes popularly regarded as historical but not authenticated
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The person responsible for the running of an inn
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To cut (something) off or down, especially with a saw
“If you saw a tree down, you should also excavate its root system to prevent it from growing back.”
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To have perceived with one's eyes
“I saw the snow-capped mountains from inside my car.”
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To have been a spectator of
“Last night, I saw the lunar eclipse occurring before my very eyes.”
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To have understood based on given information
“I most definitely saw how their secret meeting was highly inappropriate.”
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To have found out through discovery
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“Ted saw who the princesses were during his adventure with Bill.”
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To have ensured that something happened
“I saw that I had packed all of my belongings before I left.”
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To have formed a mental picture of, or to predict
“I always saw him winning the tournament due to his superior skill.”
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To have understood through experience
“When my great-grandfather was young, he saw the horrors of war first-hand.”
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To have had a vague awareness of
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“I saw sadness and torment in many of Van Gogh's paintings.”
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To have met by arrangement
“I saw Renee last week to catch up on the latest gossip.”
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To have met by chance
“While I was on my holiday in the Bahamas, I incredibly saw Mark who happened to also be on holiday there.”
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To have consulted a professional as a client
“I saw my lawyer about the issue, ensuring that I was not in any kind of trouble.”
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To have consulted with a client as a professional
“My lawyer saw me about this issue after allocating some time in his schedule.”
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To have escorted or conducted someone to someplace
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“Security quickly saw the drunken guest to the exit.”
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To have visited a person or place
“My parents saw me at least once a month while I was in college.”
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To have deemed to be
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“I never saw things the way you did.”
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To have been the setting or time of
“The 1950s saw the birth of the first electronic computers.”
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To have understood or accepted the validity of
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To make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object
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