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see sense/reason

C2 to be reasonable and have good judgment: We talked to her for an hour, but we couldn't make her see sense.
Translations of “see sense/reason”
in Chinese (Traditional) 明白事理,變得明智起來…
in Chinese (Simplified) 明白事理,变得明智起来…
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