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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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"We have been trying to persuade them for a while now that this is not a good idea for this part of Newcastle, and I'm glad they have seen sense on this.
We reported the story on Saturday and today are able to say that thankfully, someone has seen sense and the cherished plant has been returned.
THANK the Lord someone has finally seen sense over the ludicrous banning of visitors taking flowers into hospitals or sitting on their relatives' beds.
Lifeboatman Martin Douglas said he was glad Henry had seen sense. He added: "Experience is maybe not his strongest point."
I AM pleased that the Conservative Party has seen sense and moved Cllr Hazel Noonan away from looking after the needs of the most vulnerable people in the city.
"We are greatly relieved the council has seen sense."
A Fire Brigades Union source said: "It looked as if we were deadlocked but everyone has seen sense."
SO the BHB has seen sense and has backed down from its position of asking newspapers for massive fee increases for use of data - at least for a year.
But the pair have finally seen sense, getting back together with a new album, and taking their sound out on the road with a four-man backing band.
I cannot even begin to imagine what was going through the minds of the powers-that-be who actually chose all the other monstrosities in city centre, but finally they've seen sense and chosen something that our city can be proud of!
If Pakistan's unashamed captain Moin Khan - this week's turkey - had looked round the field and discovered four of his men were missing, I'm sure he would have seen sense a lot quicker.
THANK goodness George Osborne has seen sense over the threatened 20% cuts to the police force.