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Translation of "see" - English-Spanish dictionary

see

verb /siː/ ( past tense saw /soː/, past participle seen)
to have the power of sight
ver
After six years of blindness, he found he could see.
to be aware of by means of the eye
ver
I can see her in the garden.
to look at
ver
Did you see that play on television?
to have a picture in the mind
ver, imaginarse
I see many difficulties ahead.
to understand
comprender, entender, ver
She didn’t see the point of the joke.
to investigate
ver
Leave this here and I’ll see what I can do for you.
to meet
ver
I’ll see you at the usual time.
to accompany
acompañar
I’ll see you home.
see about phrasal verb to attend to, or deal with
arreglar, organizar
I’ll see about this tomorrow.
Seeing Eye Dog noun (trademark ) (American ) a dog that is trained to guide a blind person; guide dog
Perro Guía
seeing that since; considering that
teniendo en cuenta que
Seeing that he’s ill, he’s unlikely to come.
see off phrasal verb to accompany (a person starting on a journey) to the airport, train station etc from which he is to leave
despedir
He saw me off at the station.
see out phrasal verb to last longer than
durar, sobrevivir
These old trees will see us all out.
see through phrasal verb to give support to (a person, plan etc) until the end is reached
terminar, llevar a buen término
I’d like to see the job through.
not to be deceived by (a person, trick etc)
calar (a), verle el plumero (a), no dejarse engañar
We soon saw through him and his little plan.
see to phrasal verb to attend to or deal with
atender a, ocuparse de, encargarse de
I must see to the baby.
I/we etc will see I, we etc shall wait and consider the matter later
ya se verá
’Can I have a new bicycle?’ ’We’ll see.
(Definition of see from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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