Bedeutung von “see” im Essential English Dictionary

see

verb uk /siː/ seeing, saw, seen

A1 to notice people and things with your eyes:

Have you seen Molly?
Turn the light on so I can see.

A1 to meet or visit someone:

I’m seeing Peter tonight.

A2 to watch a movie, television programme, etc.:

Did you see that documentary last night?

B1 to understand something:

I see what you mean.
I don’t see why I have to go.

B1 to find out information:

I’ll just see what time the train gets in.

to imagine or think about something or someone in a particular way:

She didn’t see / herself as brave.
see you! informal

A1 used for saying goodbye

see you later, soon, tomorrow, etc.

used for saying goodbye to someone you are going to meet again later, soon, tomorrow, etc.:

I’ll see you later!
see you later, soon, tomorrow, etc.

A1 used for saying goodbye to someone you are going to meet again later, soon, tomorrow, etc.:

I’ll see you later!
I’ll/we’ll see

used to say that you will make a decision about something later:

‘Dad, can I have a guitar?’ ‘We’ll see.’

(Definition von “see” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)