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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
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
rare / rarely seen
opinion / view / understanding
prejudice / bias
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
everyone gives their own view
experienced and knowledgeable (idiom)
  *见* | 见* | *见
to see / to meet / to appear (to be sth) / to interview
  *见* | 见* | *见
to appear / also written 現|现
common problems / FAQ
commonly seen / common / to see sth frequently
not to see / not to meet / to have disappeared / to be missing
to see
to have disappeared / to be missing / nowhere to be found
to meet
for further details, refer to
to meet with (sb who is paying a visit) / CL:
to refer to / see also / compare (cf.) / to pay respect to
to be witness to / witness / evidence
to hear
seen / what one sees
to gain first-hand knowledge of sth / to experience for oneself / knowledge / experience / insight
long time no see
gift given to sb when meeting them for the first time
to infer / to gather
cannot see / cannot be seen / invisible
please forgive me
to see each other / to meet in person
meet and greet
to foresee / to predict / to forecast / to envision / foresight / intuition / vision
to learn on the job / to be on probation
suggestion box
rare / not familiar (to the speaker) / sth rarely experience / hard to see
clearly and easy to see (idiom); obviously / clearly / it goes without saying
to seem / to appear / (in a negative or interrogative sentence) to be sure
to dream about (sth or sb) / to see in a dream
visible light / light in optical spectrum
can be seen everywhere
love at first sight (idiom)
loved by all / to have universal appeal
upon seeing this, ... / in response, ...
from this, it can be seen that...
to have the desired effect
can see / visible
to see with one's own eyes / very soon
to hear what was said
lit. to open the door and see the mountain; fig. to get right to the point (idiom)
to receive sb / to grant an interview
lit. Even if we don't see each other, don't give up and leave (idiom) / fig. Be sure to wait! / See you there!
public opinion
to run into / to meet (unexpectedly) / to bump into
What you see is what you get (WYSIWYG)
lit. to draw blood on the first prick (idiom) / fig. to hit the nail on the head
not necessarily / not likely
one's own view / having definite opinions
motive / purpose / (sth) being the motive or purpose
(coll.) to like
(coll.) to bleed (esp. vaginal bleeding) / to suffer a financial loss
insight / to see clearly
rarely seen
to glimpse
it goes to show that / one can see
to pay a formal visit / to call to pay respects / to meet one's senior or superior
to mock / to be ridiculed / to incur ridicule through one's poor performance (humble)
to find (sth one has been looking for)
not be able to hear
a common occurrence (idiom)
to meet by accident
opinion / view / insight
eyewitness (to an incident) / witness (to a legal transaction)
to counter every move / to be full of tricks
not fit to be seen by / should not be exposed to / can't bear to see
(neologism c. 2006) if you live long enough, you'll see everything / Just incredible!
seeing is believing
familiarity at first sight
opinions differ (idiom)
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
absurd / strange / (interj.) curse it! / to hell with it!
to arrange an interview / an appointment (with the foreign ambassador)
to gain knowledge and experience
a common occurrence (idiom)
lit. to see a gap and stick in a needle (idiom); fig. to make use of every second and every inch
love at first sight
to turn a blind eye to / to ignore
apprentice / probationer / cadet
to happen upon / to see incidentally / occasional / accidental
to introduce (sb) / (esp.) to present to the emperor
to check an amount
lit. set up a pole and see the shadow (idiom); fig. instant effect / quick results
Pride and Prejudice, novel by Jane Austen 珍·奧斯汀|珍·奥斯汀

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