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to see / to catch sight of
goodbye / see you again later
to meet / to see each other / CL:
idea / opinion / suggestion / objection / complaint / CL: 點|点, 條|条
it can clearly be seen (that this is the case) / it is (thus) clear / clear / visible
rare / rarely seen
opinion / view / understanding
everyone gives their own view
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
experienced and knowledgeable (idiom)
to love to hear and see (idiom) / well received / to one's liking
to see what is right and act courageously (idiom, from Analects); to stand up bravely for the truth / acting heroically in a just cause
common problems / FAQ
  *見* | 見* | *見
to see / to meet / to appear (to be sth) / to interview
  *見* | 見* | *見
to appear / also written 現|现
commonly seen / common / to see sth frequently
to be witness to / witness / evidence
to refer to / see also / compare (cf.) / to pay respect to
to meet
to see
for further details, refer to
to hear
to have disappeared / to be missing / nowhere to be found
to infer / to gather
not to see / not to meet / to have disappeared / to be missing
motive / purpose / (sth) being the motive or purpose
from this, it can be seen that...
cannot see / cannot be seen / invisible
lit. Even if we don't see each other, don't give up and leave (idiom) / fig. Be sure to wait! / See you there!
rarely seen
political views
absurd / strange / (interj.) curse it! / to hell with it!
rare / not familiar (to the speaker) / sth rarely experience / hard to see
it goes to show that / one can see
unprecedented / never seen before
obvious / clearly visible
one's own view / having definite opinions
meet and greet
preconceived idea / bias / prejudice
to mind / to take offense
see you tomorrow / (coll., jocular) food that passes through the digestive system more or less intact (esp. enoki mushrooms)
lit. set up a pole and see the shadow (idiom); fig. instant effect / quick results
to hear what was said
to see with one's own eyes / very soon
eyewitness (to an incident) / witness (to a legal transaction)
(lit.) name not encountered in the classics / unknown (person) / nobody
can see / visible
to meet with (sb who is paying a visit) / CL:
to see each other / to meet in person
to pay a formal visit / to call to pay respects / to meet one's senior or superior
shallow opinion / humble opinion
to see the light again (idiom); delivered from oppression
to see
cf. / see also
an original idea
can be seen everywhere
seen / what one sees
suggestion box
to run into / to meet (unexpectedly) / to bump into
to glimpse
to treat sb with the formal courtesy accorded to a host or a guest
to mock / to be ridiculed / to incur ridicule through one's poor performance (humble)
(measurement) (after a length) square (as in "10 feet square")
long time no see
to introduce (sb) / (esp.) to present to the emperor
a common occurrence (idiom)
Pride and Prejudice, novel by Jane Austen 珍·奧斯汀|珍·奥斯汀
not necessarily / not likely
(lit.) to wither in the light of day / (fig.) the bubble bursts as the reality becomes apparent (esp. of a much-anticipated first meeting with sb) / (of stocks) just as the favorable news is officially published, the stock price falls
to disagree / dissent
lit. minor magician in the presence of a great one (idiom) / fig. to pale into insignificance by comparison
all black, no daylight (idiom); a world without justice
love at first sight
to excel at (typically used after the area of expertise) / Example: 以研究見長|以研究见长 to be known for one's research
upon seeing this, ... / in response, ...
to deny a detainee visitation privileges
to appear in the news / in the papers
to foresee / to predict / to forecast / to envision / foresight / intuition / vision
dissident / dissenting / dissent
insight / to see clearly
to see clearly / deep insight / profound view
to have the desired effect
to smell / to hear / knowledge / information
lit. seeing others go hunting, one is excited by memories of the thrill of the hunt (idiom) / fig. seeing others do what one loves to do, one is inspired to try it again
to gain first-hand knowledge of sth / to experience for oneself / knowledge / experience / insight
not be able to hear
to learn on the job / to be on probation
What you see is what you get (WYSIWYG)
to receive sb / to grant an interview
to dream about (sth or sb) / to see in a dream
visible light / light in optical spectrum
wise opinion / brilliant idea (honorific)
I have been enlightened by your teaching (humble)
to meet by accident

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