- Like “go” and “do,” this useful verb has long been supplemented with a slang or unauthorized meaning. In street parlance, “to SEE” is to know or believe; “I don’t SEE that,” _i.e._, “I don’t put faith in what you offer, or I know what you say to be untrue.”
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