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Seeable

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1. seeable, visible

capable of being seen; or open to easy view

Example Sentences:
'a visible object'
'visible stars'
'mountains visible in the distance'
'a visible change of expression'
'visible files'

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Seeable

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verbWord forms: sees, seeing, saw or seen
1. 
to perceive with the eyes
2. (when tr, may take a clause as object)
to perceive (an idea) mentally; understand
I explained the problem but he could not see it
3. (transitive)
to perceive with any or all of the senses
I hate to see you so unhappy
4. (tr; may take a clause as object)
to be aware of in advance; foresee
I can see what will happen if you don't help
5. (when tr, may take a clause as object)
to ascertain or find out (a fact); learn
see who is at the door
6. (when tr, takes a clause as object; when intr, foll by to)
to make sure (of something) or take care (of something)
see that she gets to bed early
7. (when tr, may take a clause as object)
to consider, deliberate, or decide
see if you can come next week
8. (transitive)
to have experience of; undergo
he had seen much unhappiness in his life
9. (transitive)
to allow to be in a specified condition
I cannot stand by and see a child in pain
10. (transitive)
to be characterized by
this period of history has seen much unrest
11. (transitive)
to meet or pay a visit to
to see one's solicitor
12. (transitive)
to receive, esp as a guest or visitor
the Prime Minister will see the deputation now
13. (transitive)
to frequent the company of
they have been seeing each other for three months
14. (transitive)
to accompany or escort
I saw her to the door
15. (transitive)
to refer to or look up
for further information, see the appendix
16. 
(in gambling, esp in poker) to match (another player's bet) or match the bet of (another player) by staking an equal sum
17.  as far as I can see
18.  see fit
19.  see someone hanged first
20.  see someone right
21.  see the light
22.  see you
23.  you see
noun
the diocese of a bishop, or the place within it where his or her cathedral or procathedral is situated
See also Holy See

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Seeable

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verb transitiveWord forms: saw, seen, ˈseeing
1. 
a. 
to get knowledge or an awareness of through the eyes; perceive visually; look at; view
b. 
to visualize as though present; picture
2. 
a. 
to get a clear mental impression of; grasp by thinking; understand
to see the point of a joke
b. 
to accept as right, proper, or suitable
I can't see him as president
c. 
to consider to be; judge
saw it as his duty
3. 
a. 
to learn; discover; find out
see what they want
b. 
to learn by reading, as in a newspaper
4. 
to have personal knowledge of; experience; witness
to have seen better days
5. 
to look over; inspect; examine
let me see that burn
6. 
to take care; make sure
see that he does it right
7. 
a. 
to escort; accompany; attend
to see someone home
b. 
to keep company with; be dating regularly
8. 
a. 
to encounter; meet; come in contact with
have you seen John?
b. 
to recognize by sight
9. 
a. 
to call on; visit
b. 
to have an interview with; consult
see a lawyer
10. 
to admit to one's presence; receive
too ill to see anyone
11. 
to be a spectator at; view or attend
to see a show
12.  Cards
a. 
to meet (a bet) by staking an equal sum
b. 
to meet the bet of (another) in this way
verb intransitive
13. 
to have the power of sight
14. 
to discern objects, colors, etc. by using the eyes
to be able to see far
15. 
a. 
to take a look
go and see
b. 
to investigate or inquire
see if he wants anything
16. 
to comprehend; understand
17. 
to think over a given matter; reflect
let me see, where did I put it?
interjection
18. 
look; behold
noun
1. 
the official seat, or center of authority, of a bishop
2. 
the position, authority, or jurisdiction of a bishop
3.  Obsolete
a seat of authority, esp. a throne

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