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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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Lynne Mason has been putting up her Christmas lights at Wenallt, Dolgellau for four years now, and the house's prominent site means they can be seen right across the town Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
At the market level, April activity was bottom line since trading restriction periods were enforced, expected insider activity in May to be much heavier, and that is seen right now.
We took him to the emergency eye clinic at the University Hospital where he was seen right away by a nurse and given an appointment to be examined by a specialist that afternoon.
The road bridge spans the valley and the distinctive blue rooftops of Byker Wall can be seen right at the top of the image.
APPEAL: Police want to speak to the man above, and seen right, who were in Tokyo's nightclub
Improvement has been seen right across the system and a new report has now praised the authority's efforts.
BCA's average used car values rose by pounds 300 in January compared to December, with the picture of a positive upturn in demand and prices seen right across the country.
My least favourite film is probably one I haven't even seen right through.
I was seen right away by my consultant and was ultimately sent for a blood test.
In the ad, Iain, who plays Victor Kemp in High Road, romps between the sheets with Deborah, 26, who plays the show's hell-raiser, Jude Burnett - seen right with actor Derek Lord.