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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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A large number of students were seen coming back to the university from their native towns here on Sunday.
As the crews were dealing with the incident, smoke was seen coming from another garage in the vicinity which had also been set alight.
Islamic mergers and acquisitions are expected to accelerate in coming years, especially in the financial industry, with small banks seen coming together to form bigger units.
Four fire engines rushed to the Le Vendome Hotel in Gudaibiya after smoke was seen coming from a second floor window at around 4.
Clients are also afraid of being seen coming in or walking out of the clinic.
The three-year-old was last seen coming seventh on his debut in a maiden at Salisbury last August.
The description of Shanidar Man as a being who appeared to be a totally different creature depending on whether he was seen coming or going was presented to the American Association of Physical Anthropologists meeting in Cambridge, Mass.
His mentor and former World Champion Terry Griffith said: "Michael has as good a chance of success as any player I've seen coming through.
Black smoke and fire were seen coming from the aircraft eight minutes after it landed at Naha.
The fire brigade was notified of the fire after smoke was seen coming from a rear window.
The Bolivian government's bid to nationalize its oil and gas industry is setting off alarms in trade credit and political risk insurance markets, even though this development is a wreck experts have seen coming for some time.
Tracy's agreed-to departure could be seen coming since he was given such a short and low-budget contract extension last winter.