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What is another word for sees?

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To guide or escort
“Security, please see the drunken guest to the exit.”
To perceive with one's eyes
“I can see the snow-capped mountains from here.”
To be a spectator of
“Tonight, you will see the lunar eclipse occurring before your very eyes.”
To understand based on information provided
“I can see how their secret meeting was highly inappropriate.”
To find out through discovery
“Ted, you'll see who the princesses are when you're on your adventure with Bill.”
To find out by making inquiries
“William, can you please see what your brother Harry is up to with Meghan?”
To think over something
“Let me see how I can solve this crossword puzzle.”
To ensure that something happens
See that you have packed all of your belongings before you leave.”
To form a mental picture of, or to predict
“Because of his superior skill, I can see him winning the tournament.”
To understand through experience
“When my great-grandfather was young, he would see the horrors of war first-hand.”
To have an awareness of something
“I see sadness and torment in many of Van Gogh's paintings.”
To meet by arrangement
“I see Renee at least once a week to catch up on the latest gossip.”
To meet by chance
“While I was on my holiday in the Bahamas, I would incredibly see Mark who happened to also be on holiday there.”
To consult a professional as a client
“You might want to see your lawyer about this to make sure you're not in any kind of trouble.”
To consult with a client as a professional
“My lawyer allocated some time in his schedule to see me about this issue.”
To visit a person or place
“My parents like to see me at least once a month.”
To deem to be
“I just don't see things the way you do.”
To be the setting or time of
“The 1950s would see the birth of the first electronic computers.”
(see over) To inspect or scrutinize
“Feel free to see over the car before you make a decision to buy it.”
(rare, usually used in present participle form "seeing") To be in a romantic or non-platonic relationship with
“Who will he see now that he's broken up with Anna?”
To refer to a section of a document
“Please see Appendix A at the end of this book.”
Plural for a region or office of a church
“Between 1328 and the early 16th century, a Catholic bishop had his see in Tbilisi to foster those contacts.”
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