omes, v.t.see; look at; watch; get a glimpse of; meet; get together with; look at (oneself) (in mirror, etc.); examine or judge (oneself); watch out for (one's behavior); check on; look after.
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v.recip.see/meet each other; see (each other's shadows; etc.).
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mesengeiv.inch.has (just) seen.
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v.erg.get seen; appear.
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omesoesv.redup.keep looking at or visiting.
osongelv.a.s.is to be seen or looked at.
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ulesv.r.s.seen; looked at.
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Synonyms: , , , , , ,
Examples:
> He just walks around naked so we can all see all of his parts.
> I saw Toki and her friends at the store.
> I can see the child because he behaved well last time.
> This is the last time we'll see each other.
> He will see the/some babies.
Proverbs:
> Like a pigeon-seeing the danger, yet it flies from cover
The pigeon sits quietly concealed until some threat appears, then it flies out, revealing itself. The idiom applies to a person who unnecessarily exposes himself to danger, leaves the house in the rain, or takes a boat out in a storm.
More Examples:
> The famous war canoe of Belias is a show case item for its speed and performance.
> I only wish that we will see each other in the future.
> Go see the hen that has laid her eggs and bring a couple so we can cook them.
> The dance is really something good to be seen.
> What is good to see at the movie theaters?

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