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to see / to catch sight of
HSK 1
goodbye / see you again later
HSK 1
idea / opinion / suggestion / objection / complaint / CL: 點|点, 條|条
HSK 4
it can clearly be seen (that this is the case) / it is (thus) clear / clear / visible
HSK 5
rare / rarely seen
HSK 6
prejudice / bias
HSK 6
to love to hear and see (idiom) / well received / to one's liking
HSK 6
everyone gives their own view
HSK 6
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to see / to meet / to appear (to be sth) / to interview
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to appear / also written 現|现
commonly seen / common / to see sth frequently
not to see / not to meet / to have disappeared / to be missing
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 hear
seen / what one sees
long time no see
to infer / to gather
cannot see / cannot be seen / invisible
to see each other / to meet in person
to foresee / to predict / to forecast / to envision / foresight / intuition / vision
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 dream about (sth or sb) / to see in a dream
can be seen everywhere
from this, it can be seen that...
can see / visible
to see with one's own eyes / very soon
vision
to receive sb / to grant an interview
public opinion
to run into / to meet (unexpectedly) / to bump into
one's own view / having definite opinions
motive / purpose / (sth) being the motive or purpose
(coll.) to like
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 find (sth one has been looking for)
not be able to hear
to meet by accident
(neologism c. 2006) if you live long enough, you'll see everything / Just incredible!
audible
to arrange an interview / an appointment (with the foreign ambassador)
to turn a blind eye to / to ignore
to happen upon / to see incidentally / occasional / accidental
to introduce (sb) / (esp.) to present to the emperor
to check an amount
Pride and Prejudice, novel by Jane Austen 珍·奧斯汀|珍·奥斯汀
unprecedented / never seen before
an original idea
obvious / clearly visible
(idiom) (of people in a small town etc) to cross paths regularly
opinionated / having one's own strong views
to have an audience (with the Emperor)
wise opinion / brilliant idea (honorific)
to see
my humble opinion
dissident / dissenting / dissent
to espy / to spot
seeing once is better than hearing a hundred times (idiom); seeing for oneself is better than hearing from many others / seeing is believing
call in (one's subordinates) / summon (an envoy of a foreign country) to an interview
shallow opinion / humble opinion
preconceived idea / bias / prejudice
cf. / see also
see you tomorrow / (coll., jocular) food that passes through the digestive system more or less intact (esp. enoki mushrooms)
to commit suicide
political views
(coll.) pitiable / to have pity on sb
foresight / prescience
one's own viewpoint
to see clearly / deep insight / profound view
to have an audience (with the Emperor)
to meet on the battlefield (idiom)
my unworthy opinion (humble expr.)
knowledge and experience
seen periodically
each sticks to his own opinion (idiom); chacun son gout
anyone with eyes can see it (idiom); obvious to all / sth speaks for itself / is there for all to see
to smell / to hear / knowledge / information
to kowtow in salute
to introduce / to receive sb
to persist in one's views
partial view / limited outlook
false wisdom and erroneous views (Buddhism)
See you! / Bye!
ubiquitous / commonplace / found everywhere
disagreement / differing interpretations
See you later!
my limited view (lit. view through a thin tube) / my limited understanding / my opinion (humble)
to trust one another fully / to treat sb with sincerity
to have an audience with
each sticks to his own view
candid and open (idiom)
firm view / definite opinion

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