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see sb off

phrasal verb with see uk   us   /siː/ verb (present participle seeing, past tense saw, past participle seen)

(SAY GOODBYE)

B2 to go to the place that someone is leaving from in order to say goodbye to them: My parents saw me off at the airport.

(GET RID OF)

to send away someone who is attacking you or who is not wanted, usually forcefully: The caretaker ran out and saw off the boys who had been damaging the fence.
Translations of “see sb off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 送行, 爲(某人)送行…
in Russian провожать кого-либо…
in Turkish uğurlamak, yolcu etmek, uğurlamaya gitmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 送行, 为(某人)送行…
in Polish odprowadzać kogoś…
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