Verb: видеть видеться смотреть наблюдать
Noun: престол епархия чин епископа


to see which way the cat jumps, to wait for the cat to jump - ждать, откуда ветер подует

to see the colour of smb.'s money - получить деньги от кого-л.

from geometric consideration we see - из геометрических построений видно

doctors see patients - врачи принимают больных

to see / get an eyeful of smth. - увидеть что-л. интересное

to see how the gander hops - ждать дальнейшего развития событий

to see a ghost - видеть привидение

to see the handwriting on the wall - предсказывать грядущую катастрофу

to see how the land lies - выяснить, как обстоят дела

lookers-on see most of the game - со стороны виднее

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I will see about it. - Я займусь этим.

I want to see results. - Я хочу увидеть результаты.

Now I see! - Теперь я понимаю!

I'll be seeing you. - Увидимся.

He saw better days. - Он видел лучшие времена.

See page 11. - Смотрите на странице 11.

Let me see the book. - Покажите мне эту книгу. / Дайте мне взглянуть на эту книгу.

Don't worry — I'll see to it. - Не беспокойтесь, я об этом позабочусь.

He cannot see the joke. - Он не понимает этой шутки.

I saw her take the money. - Я видел, как она взяла эти деньги.

I just can't see your point. - Я просто не понимаю, о чём вы говорите. / Никак не могу понять, к чему вы клоните.

They went to see her. - Они пошли к ней в гости.

I am seeing no one today. - Я сегодня никого не принимаю.

How nice to see you again! - Как приятно видеть Вас снова!

Please see after the luggage. - Будьте добры, присмотрите за багажом.

See press for details. - Подробности читайте в прессе.

I'll see you to the door. - Я провожу тебя до двери.

Can I see your ticket, please? - Разрешите ваш билет, пожалуйста.

See p.58. - Смотрите стр. 58.

Could you see about lunch? - Нельзя ли справиться насчёт обеда?

I can see what will happen. - Могу себе представить, что будет.

The doctor will see you now. - Доктор сейчас вас примет.

I see things differently now. - Сейчас я по-другому смотрю на вещи.

When will you come and see us? - Когда вы придёте нас навестить?

I saw Jane while I was out. - Я видел Джейн, когда выходил.

You should see a lawyer. - Вам нужно обратиться к юристу.

He saw that she was crying. - Он увидел, что она плачет.

He is blindhe cannot see. - Он слеп, он не может видеть.

What message do you see in this letter? - Какое сообщение вы видите в этом письме?

The accommodation was so awful, it had to be seen to be believed (=you would not believe it if you did not see it yourself). - Жильё было настолько ужасным, что это просто надо было видеть (т.е. вы не поверите, если не увидите всё своими глазами).

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Фразовые глаголы:

When you see about something, you arrange for it to be done or provided.

If you see off an opponent, you defeat them.

If you see through someone or their behaviour, you realize what their intentions are, even though they are trying to hide them.

If you see to something that needs attention, you deal with it.

Связанные термины:

I see: You can say ' I see ' to indicate that you understand what someone is telling you.

see of: to meet ; be in contact with

see to: If you see to something that needs attention, you deal with it.

see fit: to consider proper, desirable, etc

see off: If you see off an opponent, you defeat them.

see out: to remain or endure until the end of

see red: to suddenly become very angry or annoyed because of something which has been said or done

see you: ' See you ', ' be seeing you ', and ' see you later ' are ways of saying goodbye to someone when you expect to meet them again soon .

you see: You can say ' you see ' when you are explaining something to someone, to encourage them to listen and understand .

Holy See: the see of the pope as bishop of Rome and head of the Church

look-see: a brief inspection or look

must-see: a place or film considered to be essential to visit or see

see about: When you see about something, you arrange for it to be done or provided.

see after: to take care of; look after

see into: to examine or investigate

see life: to have a wide variety of social experiences

see over: to inspect by making a tour of

see stars: to see or seem to see bright moving pinpoints of light, as from a blow on the head, increased blood pressure, etc

no-see-um: → biting midge

see action: to participate in military combat

see double: If you are seeing double, there is something wrong with your eyes, and you can see two images instead of one.

see things: to have hallucinations

see through: If you see through someone or their behaviour, you realize what their intentions are, even though they are trying to hide them.

Thuner See: a town in central Switzerland, in Bern canton on Lake Thun . Pop: 40 377 (2000)

you'll see: You can say ' You'll see ' to someone if they do not agree with you about what you think will happen in the future, and you believe that you will be proved right .

Apostolic See: the see of the pope regarded as the successor to Saint Peter

see daylight: to understand something previously obscure

see evidence: Evidence is anything that you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened .

to see fit: If you say that someone sees fit to do something, you mean that they are entitled to do it, but that you disapprove of their decision to do it.

to see red: If you see red, you suddenly become very angry .

see the menu: When a customer asks to see the menu, they ask you to bring them a copy of the menu.

wait and see: If you tell someone to wait and see, you tell them that they must be patient or that they must not worry about what is going to happen in the future because they have no control over it.

I'll/we'll see: People say ' I'll see ' or ' We'll see ' to indicate that they do not intend to make a decision immediately, and will decide later .

see a picture: A picture is a photograph .

see one's way: to find it possible and be willing (to do something)

see the light: to start to understand or agree with something, especially after a long period when you have not understood or agreed with it

see you later: an expression of farewell

seesaw: A seesaw is a long board which is balanced on a fixed part in the middle. To play on it, a child sits on each end, and when one end goes up, the other goes down.

see sense see reason: If you try to make someone see sense or see reason, you try to make them realize that they are wrong or are being stupid .

let me/let's see: People say ' let me see ' or ' let's see ' when they are trying to remember something, or are trying to find something.

see an improvement: If there is an improvement in something, it becomes better . If you make improvements to something, you make it better.

see eye to eye: to agree (with)

see someone right: to ensure fair treatment of (someone)

see the back of: to be rid of

see the last of: to see for the last time

suck it and see: said to mean that the only way to find out if something new is a good idea and is likely to be successful is to actually try it

to see the light: If someone sees the light, they finally realize something or change their attitude or way of behaving to a better one.

see one's way clear: to be willing (to do something)

see the last of sb: If you see the last of someone, you do not expect to see them or deal with them again.

to see eye to eye: If you see eye to eye with someone, you agree with them and have the same opinions and views .

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Однокоренные слова:

see about - позаботиться о, подумать о, прослеживать за, распорядиться
see off - провожать
see out - досидеть, пережить, досидеть до конца, дожить до, проводить, доводить до конца
see over - осматривать
see through - видеть насквозь, доглядеть, помогать кому-л. в чем-л.

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