see what sb means

This page is about the collocation see what sb means

collocation pattern: verb + verb


to understand somebody's viewpoint or observation

For example

  • If I could explain it more clearly, you'd see what I mean.

  • When I met Julia, I could see what you meant when you said she could be a model. She's beautiful!

Also "see what sb's saying"

Quick Quiz

If he said "I see what you mean", he understood

a. the point you were making

b. the language you were using

c. the meaning of what you saw

Contributor: Matt Errey