(transitive, preposition) to meet; be in contact with: we haven’t seen much of him since he got married
- See over
verb 1. (intransitive, preposition) to inspect by making a tour of: she said she’d like to see over the house
verb (used without object) 1. to pass, flow, or ooze gradually through a porous substance: Water seeps through cracks in the wall. 2. (of ideas, methods, etc.) to enter or be introduced at a slow pace: The new ideas finally seeped down to the lower echelons. 3. to become diffused; permeate: Fog seeped through the […]
noun 1. the act or process of seeping; leakage. 2. something that seeps or leaks out. 3. a quantity that has seeped out. noun 1. the act or process of seeping 2. liquid or moisture that has seeped
noun 1. a pit that is lined with a porous, mortarless masonry wall in which effluent from a septic tank is collected for gradual seepage into the ground, sometimes used as a substitute for a drainfield.