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verb
(1) To visualise.
(2) To recognise or understand; as in, “I see your point.”

see 

1. To perceive by the eye.
2. To discern.
3. To note: to understand.
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Yorkshire initially refused to sign overseas players but eventually saw reason and signed greats like Sachin Tendulkar and Richie Richardson.
Crocker, a career diplomat, saw reason to expect slow but steady progress, heartened by signs of French and Swedish interest in larger roles in resolving hostilities in Iraq, saying: "This expanded European engagement is a very positive thing and it comes at a particularly good time".
When Tobin and Randich looked at the composition records for different pots of molten lead, they saw reason for concern.
Yet for some reason the department never saw reason to remove Ivan from his mother's custody - until it was too late.
Mr Walters warned that hundreds of farmers could demonstrate outside dairy processing plants in the near future unless the processors saw reason.
Four days of educational sessions, press conferences, exhibit hall demonstrations and receptions left many of the participants weary, but RIMS officials saw reason to be satisfied with the effort.
The future is not as bleak as some would have you believe and even international manager Craig Brown saw reason for hope as the young ones were taken out of their cotton-wool wraps at the weekend.
The illustration of each life story, classified according to the appropriate paths, gives the reader a remarkable sense of the experience of the people who saw reason to write about their lives.
Petersburg and co-author of Doing Ethics in Journalism, also saw reason for concern.