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

1. To perceive by the eye.
2. To discern.
3. To note: to understand.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann
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Three hours later several canoes came silently into view from up the Ugambi.
A moment later a dozen brutes had leaped upon the surprised Tarzan, and so quickly did they work that he was securely bound before he could make half an effort to escape.
When they addressed the latter they used what appeared to be a third language, and which I later learned is a mongrel tongue rather analogous to the Pidgin-English of the Chinese coolie.
"Were I you I should leave France," he said, "for sooner or later I shall find an excuse to kill you that will not in any way compromise your sister."
Although the movement has been around for decades, it really gained momentum in 2014 when the American Academy of Pediatrics conducted research and issued a policy statement that called for later start times for middle and high school students.
Gregory (women's studies, English, University of Houston) tracks the burgeoning trend of later motherhood and demonstrates that for many women today, waiting for a family works best.
The event will focus on the social aspects of preparing for later life and will specifically look at what plans people are making for later life in their earlier years, what hopes may motivate people as they approach later life and, whether later life is viewed as an opportunity to do things they were unable to do in their earlier years or as a time to relax.
How many times have you said 'later' and later never comes?
student in exchange for riding lessons with United States Olympians Lendon Gray and later with Jessica Ransehausen.
The radio program was wildly popular and was later developed into a five-book series--selling more than fifteen million copies--including The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; The Restaurant at the End of the Universe; Life, The Universe and Everything; So long, and Thanks For All the Fish; and Mostly Harmless.
Another was the late movie actor Eddie Albert, who also starred in TV's "Green Acres." Following the Los Angeles conference banquet in 1991, I said to him, "Eddie, as a young bride watching you play a photographer in the movie 'Roman Holiday' with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, I never dreamed that 38 years later I'd be walking arm in arm with you down the marble corridors of LA's Biltmore Hotel!"
Investing greater sums at a later stage not only means a bigger payoff, but it arrives sooner--typically, two years for a later-stage company, compared with four years for an early-stage investment.