• US /si/
  • UK /si:/
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  • v. 會見,見面; 預測、看到; 理解,明白,領會; 看見,看; 訪問,參觀; 見、拜訪; 看、尋找; 看;
  • Greg and Julie will see each other every Friday night
  • Patty can see that Pete wants to marry her
  • I see what you are saying but I don’t think that’s true
  • Can you see the black cat over there?
  • Julie would you like to see the art exhibit at the gallery this weekend?
  • Alice is taking a train to see her grandmother today
  • Wendy decided to wait and see if Carol would call her
  • Greg and Julie went to see a new romantic movie

你可聽到人民的怒吼 Do you hear the people sing?

你可聽到人民的怒吼 Do you hear the people sing? Image 02:09
  1. is there a world you long to see?

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物理教學 慣性定理 (A Baffling Balloon Behavior - Smarter Every Day 113)

物理教學 慣性定理 (A Baffling Balloon Behavior - Smarter Every Day 113) Image 04:41
  1. we should see the same thing right? let me cut this off.

  2. you see that? so the air bubble moves in the direction of acceleration,

49751 129 B1 中級 有中文字幕
  1. When you have the ability to look at an object.
    I can see a boat over there
  2. To fight or to challenge.
    If he don't like it, then he can come see me.
  3. when [light] comes from a source and hits something it reflects the light while some of it doesn't. when the reflected light or a light which hasn't been reflected comes to a certin place in the eye called the pupil. there we accualy see it upside-down untill our [brain] turns it back to right-side-up. And then our brain tells us what the objects are. That is how we see.
    Two bous were palying hide and seek: 1:"I see you!" 2:"Than where am i?" 1:"behind the tree" 2:"How do you know?" 1:"The light reflected from you and the reflected light hit my pupil. when the light came to my eyes it was sent to my brain and understood." 2:"dude?" 1:"ya?" 2:"home free."
  4. sē "See." is a quick response of affirmation as if to say "Isn't that right!" or "You know that's true!" also could replace the common exclamation "Would you look at that!"
    The proper response to the statement "He always does that crap!" would be "See!"
  5. word used from 1920s-1950s at end of sentences.
    your through, see. Were gonna go in through the back door,see. and then will get the security guards
  6. Northern Irish term meaning snog, or generally to get off with. [millies]
    "Will you see me tonight"
  7. in egypt when a guy is so rich and so mom's and pap's kid and he is so weak and cant do any thing alone ......ppl call him sees
    a: i swear i will beat u to death b: ur just a sees ...go to ur mama hehehe
  8. Arabic word meaning sissy or a wimp or a batty boy. Not necessarily rude but is quite derogatory.
    Helal is the definition and example of sees.
  9. exclamation, prefix, 'sentence enhancer'.
    'oh sees!' 'what the sees?' 'seeeees!' 'shes being such a sees!' 'friggin sees.' prefix ex.) seesbox, seestard, seestron, sees and desist, search and seeser.
  10. To fight
    If you have a problem then come "see" me!