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see is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
see

PronunciationEdit

HomophonesEdit

VerbEdit

Plain form
see

Third person singular
sees

Simple past
saw

Past participle
seen

Present participle
seeing

  1. You see something when you look at it with your eyes.
    She turned her head up and saw clouds in the sky.
    I can't see the words in this book because the writing is too small and I don't have my glasses.
 
A person sees with their eyes.

NounEdit

Singular
see

Plural
sees

  1. A diocese; a region of a church, generally headed by a bishop, an archbishop or a cardinal
  2. The office of a bishop or archbishop or cardinal.
    Venice is the see of a cardinal.
    The Pope is the bishop of the see of Rome.