Not to be confused with see-saw or saw.

(v, n.) To see (past tense saw, past participle seen) is to view something. A see is the official seat of a Bishop. See Episcopal see on Wikipedia. There is another meaning for 'saw'. Using see in a sentence:

I see a reindeer! (present verb)

Have you seen the movie Rio? (past participle verb)

I saw a man sawing a tree. (past tense verb)

The sign on this see says 'Strictly no entry!' (noun)

See in other languagesEdit

¹ shall be the verb and ² shall be the noun.

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