English

Detailed Synonyms for seer in English

seer:

seer [the ~] noun

  1. the seer
    – an authoritative person who divines the future 1
    the prophet; the oracle; the seer; the prophesier; the vaticinator
    – an authoritative person who divines the future 1
  2. the seer
    – an observer who perceives visually 1
    the seer
    – an observer who perceives visually 1
    • seer [the ~] noun
      • an incurable seer of movies1
  3. the seer
    – a person with unusual powers of foresight 1
    the visionary; the illusionist; the seer
    – a person with unusual powers of foresight 1

Alternate Synonyms for "seer":


Related Definitions for "seer":

  1. an authoritative person who divines the future1
  2. an observer who perceives visually1
    • an incurable seer of movies1
  3. a person with unusual powers of foresight1

see:

to see verb (sees, saw, seeing)

  1. to see
    to see; to notice; to perceive; to become aware of; to behold; to see in
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
    • notice verb (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • perceive verb (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • become aware of verb (becomes aware of, becoming aware of)
    • behold verb (beholds, beholding)
    • see in verb (sees in, saw in, seeing in)
  2. to see
    to see; to feel; to perceive; to notice; to sense; to observe
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
    • feel verb (feels, felt, feeling)
    • perceive verb (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • notice verb (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • sense verb (senses, sensed, sensing)
    • observe verb (observes, observed, observing)
  3. to see
    to see; to watch; to look at; to view; to spectate
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
    • watch verb (watches, watched, watching)
    • look at verb (looks at, looked at, looking at)
    • view verb (views, viewed, viewing)
    • spectate verb (spectates, spectated, spectating)
    to observe
    – observe with care or pay close attention to 1
    • observe verb (observes, observed, observing)
  4. to see
    to perceive; to see; to notice; to become aware of; to sense; to find
    • perceive verb (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
    • notice verb (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • become aware of verb (becomes aware of, becoming aware of)
    • sense verb (senses, sensed, sensing)
    • find verb (finds, found, finding)
  5. to see
    to examine; to view; to look at; to inspect; see round; to visit; see over; to see
    • examine verb (examines, examined, examining)
    • view verb (views, viewed, viewing)
    • look at verb (looks at, looked at, looking at)
    • inspect verb (inspects, inspected, inspecting)
    • see round verb
    • visit verb (visits, visited, visiting)
    • see over verb
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
  6. to see
    to perceive; to become aware of; to keep apart; to notice; to hold apart; to sense; to see; to find
    • perceive verb (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • become aware of verb (becomes aware of, becoming aware of)
    • keep apart verb (keeps apart, kept apart, keeping apart)
    • notice verb (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • hold apart verb (holds apart, held apart, holding apart)
    • sense verb (senses, sensed, sensing)
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
    • find verb (finds, found, finding)
  7. to see
    – perceive (an idea or situation) mentally 1
    to see; to understand; to realize; realise
    – perceive (an idea or situation) mentally 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • Now I see!1
      • I just can't see your point1
    • understand verb (understands, understood, understanding)
      • I don't understand the idea1
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
      • Does she realize how important this decision is?1
    • realise verb, British
  8. to see
    – get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally 1
    to see; to learn; to discover; to hear; to pick up; to find out; get wind; get word; get a line
    – get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I see that you have been promoted1
    • learn verb (learns, learnt, learning)
      • I learned that she has two grown-up children1
    • discover verb (discovers, discovered, discovering)
    • hear verb (hears, heard, hearing)
    • pick up verb (picks up, picked up, picking up)
    • find out verb (finds out, found out, finding out)
    • get wind verb
    • get word verb
    • get a line verb
  9. to see
    – make sense of; assign a meaning to 1
    to see; to interpret; construe
    – make sense of; assign a meaning to 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • What message do you see in this letter?1
    • interpret verb (interprets, interpreted, interpreting)
      • How do you interpret his behavior?1
    • construe verb
  10. to see
    – be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something 1
    to control; to check; to see; to ascertain; to insure; to assure; see to it; ensure
    – be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something 1
    • control verb (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • control the quality of the product1
    • check verb (checks, checked, checking)
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
    • ascertain verb (ascertains, ascertained, ascertaining)
    • insure verb (insures, insured, insuring)
    • assure verb (assures, assured, assuring)
    • see to it verb
    • ensure verb
  11. to see
    – deem to be 1
    to regard; to consider; to view; to see; reckon
    – deem to be 1
    • regard verb (regards, regarded, regarding)
    • consider verb (considers, considered, considering)
      • I consider her to be shallow1
    • view verb (views, viewed, viewing)
      • She views this quite differently from me1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I don't see the situation quite as negatively as you do1
    • reckon verb
  12. to see
    – deliberate or decide 1
    to see
    – deliberate or decide 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • let's see--which movie should we see tonight?1
  13. to see
    – find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort 1
    to determine; to check; to see; to learn; to ascertain; to watch; to find out
    – find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort 1
    • determine verb (determines, determined, determining)
    • check verb (checks, checked, checking)
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I want to see whether she speaks French1
    • learn verb (learns, learnt, learning)
    • ascertain verb (ascertains, ascertained, ascertaining)
    • watch verb (watches, watched, watching)
    • find out verb (finds out, found out, finding out)
      • find out if he speaks Russian1
  14. to see
    – match or meet 1
    to see
    – match or meet 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I saw the bet of one of my fellow players1
  15. to see
    – receive as a specified guest 1
    to see
    – receive as a specified guest 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • the doctor will see you now1
      • The minister doesn't see anybody before noon1
  16. to see
    – imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind 1
    to see; to fancy; image; to figure; to project; to picture; visualize; visualise; envision
    – imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I can't see him on horseback!1
      • I can see what will happen1
      • I can see a risk in this strategy1
    • fancy verb (fancies, fancied, fancying)
    • image verb
    • figure verb (figures, figured, figuring)
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
    • picture verb (pictures, pictured, picturing)
    • visualize verb, American
    • visualise verb, British
    • envision verb
  17. to see
    – come together 1
    to encounter; to meet; to see; to come across; to run into; to run across
    – come together 1
    • encounter verb (encounters, encountered, encountering)
    • meet verb (meets, met, meeting)
      • I'll probably see you at the meeting1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I'll probably see you at the meeting1
      • How nice to see you again!1
    • come across verb (comes across, came across, coming across)
    • run into verb (runs into, ran into, running into)
    • run across verb (runs across, ran across, running across)
  18. to see
    – accompany or escort 1
    to see; to escort
    – accompany or escort 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I'll see you to the door1
    • escort verb (escorts, escorted, escorting)
  19. to see
    – go or live through 1
    to experience; to see; to go through
    – go or live through 1
    • experience verb (experiences, experienced, experiencing)
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • he saw action in Viet Nam1
    • go through verb (goes through, went through, going through)
      • We had many trials to go through1
  20. to see
    – perceive or be contemporaneous with 1
    to see; to find; to witness
    – perceive or be contemporaneous with 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • You'll see a lot of cheating in this school1
      • The 1960's saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions1
      • I want to see results1
    • find verb (finds, found, finding)
      • We found Republicans winning the offices1
    • witness verb (witnesss, witnessed, witnessing)
  21. to see
    – perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight 1
    to see
    – perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • You have to be a good observer to see all the details1
      • Can you see the bird in that tree?1
      • He is blind--he cannot see1
  22. to see
    – see and understand, have a good eye 1
    to see
    – see and understand, have a good eye 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • The artist must first learn to see1
  23. to see
    – observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect 1
    to see; to examine
    – observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I must see your passport before you can enter the country1
    • examine verb (examines, examined, examining)
      • The customs agent examined the baggage1
  24. to see
    – see or watch 1
    to view; to see; to catch; to watch; to take in
    – see or watch 1
    • view verb (views, viewed, viewing)
      • view a show on television1
      • view an exhibition1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • This program will be seen all over the world1
      • see a movie1
    • catch verb (catches, catched, catching)
    • watch verb (watches, watched, watching)
    • take in verb (takes in, took in, taking in)
  25. to see
    – observe as if with an eye 1
    to see
    – observe as if with an eye 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • The camera saw the burglary and recorded it1
  26. to see
    – date regularly; have a steady relationship with 1
    to see; to date; to go out; go steady
    – date regularly; have a steady relationship with 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • Did you know that she is seeing an older man?1
    • date verb (dates, dated, dating)
      • He is dating his former wife again!1
    • go out verb (goes out, went out, going out)
    • go steady verb
  27. to see
    – go to see for professional or business reasons 1
    to see
    – go to see for professional or business reasons 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • You should see a lawyer1
      • We had to see a psychiatrist1
  28. to see
    – go to see for a social visit 1
    to see
    – go to see for a social visit 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I went to see my friend Mary the other day1
  29. to see
    – go to see a place, as for entertainment 1
    to see; to visit
    – go to see a place, as for entertainment 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • We went to see the Eiffel Tower in the morning1
    • visit verb (visits, visited, visiting)
  30. to see
    – take charge of or deal with 1
    to attend; to see; to look; to take care
    – take charge of or deal with 1
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
      • I must attend to this matter1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • Could you see about lunch?1
    • look verb (looks, looked, looking)
    • take care verb (takes care, took care, taking care)

Conjugations for see:

present
  1. see
  2. see
  3. sees
  4. see
  5. see
  6. see
simple past
  1. saw
  2. saw
  3. saw
  4. saw
  5. saw
  6. saw
present perfect
  1. have seen
  2. have seen
  3. has seen
  4. have seen
  5. have seen
  6. have seen
past continuous
  1. was seeing
  2. were seeing
  3. was seeing
  4. were seeing
  5. were seeing
  6. were seeing
future
  1. shall see
  2. will see
  3. will see
  4. shall see
  5. will see
  6. will see
continuous present
  1. am seeing
  2. are seeing
  3. is seeing
  4. are seeing
  5. are seeing
  6. are seeing
subjunctive
  1. be seen
  2. be seen
  3. be seen
  4. be seen
  5. be seen
  6. be seen
diverse
  1. see!
  2. let's see!
  3. seen
  4. seeing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

see [the ~] noun

  1. the see
    – the seat within a bishop's diocese where his cathedral is located 1
    the see
    – the seat within a bishop's diocese where his cathedral is located 1
    • see [the ~] noun

Alternate Synonyms for "see":


Related Definitions for "see":

  1. the seat within a bishop's diocese where his cathedral is located1
  2. perceive (an idea or situation) mentally1
    • Now I see!1
    • I just can't see your point1
  3. get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally1
    • I see that you have been promoted1
  4. make sense of; assign a meaning to1
    • What message do you see in this letter?1
  5. be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something1
  6. deem to be1
    • I don't see the situation quite as negatively as you do1
  7. deliberate or decide1
    • let's see--which movie should we see tonight?1
  8. find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort1
    • I want to see whether she speaks French1
  9. match or meet1
    • I saw the bet of one of my fellow players1
  10. receive as a specified guest1
    • the doctor will see you now1
    • The minister doesn't see anybody before noon1
  11. imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind1
    • I can't see him on horseback!1
    • I can see what will happen1
    • I can see a risk in this strategy1
  12. come together1
    • I'll probably see you at the meeting1
    • How nice to see you again!1
  13. accompany or escort1
    • I'll see you to the door1
  14. go or live through1
    • he saw action in Viet Nam1
  15. perceive or be contemporaneous with1
    • You'll see a lot of cheating in this school1
    • The 1960's saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions1
    • I want to see results1
  16. perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight1
    • You have to be a good observer to see all the details1
    • Can you see the bird in that tree?1
    • He is blind--he cannot see1
  17. see and understand, have a good eye1
    • The artist must first learn to see1
  18. observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect1
    • I must see your passport before you can enter the country1
  19. see or watch1
    • This program will be seen all over the world1
    • see a movie1
  20. observe as if with an eye1
    • The camera saw the burglary and recorded it1
  21. date regularly; have a steady relationship with1
    • Did you know that she is seeing an older man?1
  22. go to see for professional or business reasons1
    • You should see a lawyer1
    • We had to see a psychiatrist1
  23. go to see for a social visit1
    • I went to see my friend Mary the other day1
  24. go to see a place, as for entertainment1
    • We went to see the Eiffel Tower in the morning1
  25. take charge of or deal with1
    • Could you see about lunch?1

Related Synonyms for seer