vi. 看;看見;領會

n. (See)人名;(英)西伊;(柬)塞;(德)澤

vt. 看見;理解;領會;覺察;拜訪


  • perceive (an idea or situation) mentally;

    "Now I see!"

    "I just can't see your point"

    "Does she realize how important this decision is?"

    "I don't understand the idea"

  • 20. observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect;

    "The customs agent examined the baggage"

    "I must see your passport before you can enter the country"

  • 1deliberate or decide;

    "See whether you can come tomorrow"

    "let's see--which movie should we see tonight?"

  • perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight;

    "You have to be a good observer to see all the details"

    "Can you see the bird in that tree?"

    "He is blind--he cannot see"

  • be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something;

    "He verified that the valves were closed"

    "See that the curtains are closed"

    "control the quality of the product"

  • compare (used in texts to point the reader to another location in the text)
  • imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind;

    "I can't see him on horseback!"

    "I can see what will happen"

    "I can see a risk in this strategy"

  • 2make sense of; assign a meaning to;

    "What message do you see in this letter?"

    "How do you interpret his behavior?"

  • 1see and understand, have a good eye;

    "The artist must first learn to see"

  • perceive or be contemporaneous with;

    "We found Republicans winning the offices"

    "You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"

    "I want to see results"

    "The 1960 saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"

    "I want to see results"

  • find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort;

    "I want to see whether she speaks French"

    "See whether it works"

    "find out if he speaks Russian"

    "Check whether the train leaves on time"

  • 2go or live through;

    "We had many trials to go through"

    "he saw action in Viet Nam"

  • 1visit a place, as for entertainment;

    "We went to see the Eiffel Tower in the morning"

  • deem to be;

    "She views this quite differently from me"

    "I consider her to be shallow"

    "I don't see the situation quite as negatively as you do"

  • 1observe as if with an eye;

    "The camera saw the burglary and recorded it"

  • 2match or meet;

    "I saw the bet of one of my fellow players"

  • 1date regularly; have a steady relationship with;

    "Did you know that she is seeing an older man?"

    "He is dating his former wife again!"

  • get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally;

    "I learned that she has two grown-up children"

    "I see that you have been promoted"

  • see or watch;

    "view a show on television"

    "This program will be seen all over the world"

    "view an exhibition"

    "Catch a show on Broadway"

    "see a movie"

  • the seat within a bishop's diocese where his cathedral is located
  • 1go to see for professional or business reasons;

    "You should see a lawyer"

    "We had to see a psychiatrist"

  • 1go to see for a social visit;

    "I went to see my friend Mary the other day"

  • 2accompany or escort;

    "I'll see you to the door"

  • come together;

    "I'll probably see you at the meeting"

    "How nice to see you again!"

  • 1take charge of or deal with;

    "Could you see about lunch?"

    "I must attend to this matter"

    "She took care of this business"

  • 1receive as a specified guest;

    "the doctor will see you now"

    "The minister doesn't see anybody before noon"


nice to see you很高興認識你

to see下同樣賭注

see things發生幻覺;見神見鬼

as you see如你所見;可見

see through<非正>幫助渡過難關

see something in someone看中某人的某個方面

see in帶領……進去

see here看這兒

Lisa See鄺麗莎

You see你瞧;你是知道的

what can you see你能看見什么

see a movie看電影

see clearly看清楚

see after照顧,照應

see a lot of經常見到

go and see去看看

see you soon再見;待會兒見;希望盡快見到你

See how怎么看

Holy See圣座;羅馬教廷;宗座

see you tomorrow明天見

glad to see you見到你很高興

as you can see正如你所看到的;你是知道的

see free放走

see as看作為;視…為…

see for oneself親眼看;自己去看




peer(Peer) (美、愛、英)皮爾(人名)



note(Note) (美、法)諾特(人名)



  • the criticisms will not stop people flocking to see the film.


  • do you think you could persuade them over to see me?


  • diddle the switch see if the light comes on.


  • i can hardly bear to see him suffering so.


  • i seem to see someone going into my house.


  • i don「t see the point in it really. it」s just stupid.


  • you「ll have to book (up) well in advance if you want to see an excellent floor show.


  • you have only to look around to see the prosperity of the district.


  • how are you lennox? good to see you up and about.


  • please taste this to see if you like it.


  • we could see the lights on the distant boats twinkling.


  • they longed to see their sons.


  • reckon up all your money and see if you have enough.


  • he」d phoned laura to see if she was better.


  • we were all astonished to see him force a bar hooking.


  • i hate to see her misusing her time like that.


  • she positioned herself just by the window so she could see what was going on outside.


  • he polished off his work in order to see his girlfriend.


  • 「ah, captain fox,」 martin mcguinness said affably. 「nice to see you again.」


  • the teacher flashed up each word to see if the children would recognize it.


  • he looked into the box to see if the tool was there.


  • his father flew out to see him in hospital.


  • i really don't see any reason for changing it.


  • he could just about see the little man behind the counter.


  • go down and see what they are doing downstairs.


  • friends passed the word that the miners wanted to see him.


  • do you see the man standing there?


  • specialists see various reasons for the recent surge in inflation.


  • every morning you can see him cultivating the corn.


  • it rent his heart to see his daughter killed by bandits.


  • they checked to see if she enrolled among the voters of their district.


  • they are racing to see who is fastest.


  • we stayed up late to see the film on television.


  • we motored over to cambridge to see some friends.


  • the house fits into the scenery so well that you can hardly see it.


  • i could see cruse beckoning (to) me from the other side of the hall.


  • i can see that his new responsibilities are pressing down on the young father.