Also, I see what you mean . I understand, as in I see, you’d rather go running in the morning while it’s cool , or It’s too early to run an ad? I see what you mean . This idiom uses see in the sense of “perceive” or “comprehend,” a usage dating from 1300. Also see as far as I can see
- I see no x here.
games Hackers (and the interactive computer games they write) traditionally favour this slightly marked usage over other possible equivalents such as “There’s no X here!” or “X is missing.” or “Where’s the X?”. This goes back to the original PDP-10 ADVENT, which would respond in this wise if you asked it to do something involving […]
[ee-zuh n-hahym] /ˈi zənˌhaɪm/ noun 1. an altarpiece (1510?–15?) painted by Matthias Grünewald.
[ee-suh n-land, -luh nd, ee-zeyn-; German ee-zuh n-lahnt] /ˈi sənˌlænd, -lənd, ˈi zeɪn-; German ˈi zənˌlɑnt/ noun 1. (in the Nibelungenlied) the country of Brunhild, usually identified with Iceland.
[ee-suh n-stahyn, ee-zuh n-; German ee-zuh n-shtahyn] /ˈi sənˌstaɪn, ˈi zən-; German ˈi zənˌʃtaɪn/ noun 1. (in the Nibelungenlied) the home of Brunhild in Isenland.