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see to sth/sb

phrasal verb with see uk   us   /siː/ verb (present participle seeing, past tense saw, past participle seen)
B2 to deal with a person or task that needs to be dealt with or is waiting to be dealt with: "These letters need posting." "I'll see to them later." Mrs Chapman asked for some help with the orders - could you see to it? [+ that] Please see to it that no one comes in without identification.
Translations of “see to sth/sb”
in Chinese (Traditional) 處理,辦理,應付…
in Chinese (Simplified) 处理,办理,应付…
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