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long time no seeI haven't seen you for a long time.Rate it:

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from can see to can't seeFrom the time when it is barely light enough to see until there is no light remaining whatsoever: from sunup to sundown, from dawn to duskRate it:

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long ways, long liesSomeone who comes back from a far-off country can tell lies without fear of being contradicted.Rate it:

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a week is a long time in politicsIn politics, a lot of change can happen in a short space of time.Rate it:

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long timeUsed as part of greeting of two people who have not been in contact for a long time.Rate it:

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long time no hearI haven't heard from you for a long time.Rate it:

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from time to timeC. 1595, William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, act 3, sc. 3.Rate it:

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from time to timeOccasionally; sometimes; once in a while.Rate it:

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time after timeAgain and again; repeatedly; every time; always.Rate it:

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beginning to see the lightan awakening, an awareness, sudden realization, recognizing a situation.Rate it:

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see you next tuesdayA euphemism for cunt.Rate it:

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be glad to see the back ofTo be glad to get rid of someone; to be glad someone has left.Rate it:

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have a look-seeTake a look.Rate it:

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I see what you did thereUsed other than as an idiom: see I, see, what, you, did, there.Rate it:

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I see what you did thereAn expression used to point out that another person's joke has been understood, either to praise its cleverness or to clearly communicate a lack of amusement at it.Rate it:

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I see, said the blind manSaid to express confusion. Also used to express understanding after an initial period of confusion, i.e., "I see, said the blind man."Rate it:

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just you wait and see!Wait calmly and the results shall appear and surprise YOU"Rate it:

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monkey see, monkey dosimian imitation is a common trait in primatesRate it:

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not see straightUsed other than as an idiom: see not, see, straight.Rate it:

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not see straightTo be unable to think clearly.Rate it:

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raise the flag and see who salutesIt generates, usually as a preliminary step.Rate it:

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see a manA bland euphemism to conceal one's true purpose.Rate it:

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see a manTo go have a drink or to meet one's bootlegger.Rate it:

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see a manTo take one's leave for some urgent purpose, especially to go to the bathroom.Rate it:

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see a man about a dogUsed as an excuse for leaving without giving the real reason (especially if the reason is to go to the toilet, or to have a drink).Rate it:

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see a man about a horseA message signaling one needs to go missing for a short while, for any reason, without giving a real explanation.Rate it:

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see eye to eyeTo agree with someone; to concur; to get along.Rate it:

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see how the land liesTo wait for all the information about something before taking action.Rate it:

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see redTo be angry or irritated.Rate it:

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see redTo receive a red card, and be dismissed from the playing field.Rate it:

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see someone throughTo constitute ample supply for one for.Rate it:

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see someone throughTo suffice for a time.Rate it:

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see someone's pointTo comprehend the meaning that someone is trying to convey.Rate it:

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see something throughTo fulfill a commitment.Rate it:

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see starsTo experience apparent flashing lights in one's field of vision, especially after receiving a blow to the head.Rate it:

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see the elephantTo witness something unexpected and awe-filling. [early 19th c. to Civil War]Rate it:

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see the elephantUsed other than as an idiom: see see, the, elephant.Rate it:

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see the forest for the treesTo discern an overall pattern from a mass of detail; to see the bigger picture, or the broader, more general situation. Generally used in the negative.Rate it:

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see the lightTo gain an understanding of something previously not understood, especially in a sudden insight.Rate it:

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see the lightTo undergo a spiritual conversion.Rate it:

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see the pointTo understand someone's argument.Rate it:

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see thingsTo have visual hallucinations.Rate it:

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see throughTo be able to predict or read someone.Rate it:

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see which way the cat jumpsTo delay taking action until something else happens first.Rate it:

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see yellowTo receive a yellow card.Rate it:

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see you laterA phrase used at parting, and not necessarily implying that the person being addressed will be seen later by the speaker.Rate it:

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the doc says im going blind but i could never see anywayLess hurtRate it:

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there are none so blind as those who will not seeUnderstanding cannot be forced on someone who chooses to be ignorant.Rate it:

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there for everyone to seeVery obvious, easily discernedRate it:

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three wise monkeys, see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil.avoid all evil in every formRate it:

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