see out

see out
1) go with someone to an outer door

I went to the front door to see out our guests to their cars.

2) finish and not quit

I decided to stay with my company for awhile in order to see out the restructuring process.


Idioms and examples. 2014.

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  • see out — ► see out Brit. 1) last longer than the life of. 2) come to the end of (a period of time or undertaking). Main Entry: ↑see …   English terms dictionary

  • see out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms see out : present tense I/you/we/they see out he/she/it sees out present participle seeing out past tense saw out past participle seen out 1) a) see someone out to go with someone to the door when they are… …   English dictionary

  • see out — transitive verb Etymology: see (I) 1. : to continue with to the end went back to school determined to see his education out 2. Scotland …   Useful english dictionary

  • see out — phr verb See out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑window …   Collocations dictionary

  • see out of — phr verb See out of is used with these nouns as the object: ↑window …   Collocations dictionary

  • see out — see (someone) out to go to the door with someone who is leaving. Wait just a second, I ll see you out. Please don t get up. I can see myself out …   New idioms dictionary

  • see out — verb a) Accompany a guest when he or she leaves. Please see our guest out. b) Continue something until completion. Ill never give up. Im going to see this thing out …   Wiktionary

  • see out — {v.} 1. To go with to an outer door. * /A polite man sees his company out after a party./ 2. To stay with and finish; not quit. * /Pete s assignment was hard but he saw it out to the end./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • see out — {v.} 1. To go with to an outer door. * /A polite man sees his company out after a party./ 2. To stay with and finish; not quit. * /Pete s assignment was hard but he saw it out to the end./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • see\ out — v 1. To go with to an outer door. A polite man sees his company out after a party. 2. To stay with and finish; not quit. Pete s assignment was hard but he saw it out to the end …   Словарь американских идиом

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