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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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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.
I thought Sporting had finally seen sense with the Hobbs's Choice market when the quote was 24-26, then I remembered there are only four televised races tonight (only kidding JH, my Derby tipping has been pretty ropey too
A Fire Brigades Union source said: "It looked as if we were deadlocked but everyone has seen sense.
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 that adorn ('clutter up' would be a better word) our city centre, but finally they've seen sense and chosen something 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.
WE were pleased to see that the Local Government Boundary Commission for Wales has seen sense and listened to the opposition towards merging the council wards of Llandaff and Llandaff North ("'Super-ward' rethink saves historic names", Echo, November 12).
Thankfully he's seen sense and decided to stick with her.
I''M GLAD Wirral Council has (finally) seen sense and changed its mind over closing so many of the borough''s libraries.
That decision was taken by the England medical staff, and I'm relieved they have seen sense and accepted what the doctors, medics and myself here at Tottenham have been saying all along.
AT last legendary rockers AC/DC have seen sense and will play a huge gig in June next year at Glasgow's Hampden Park.