see to

This page is about the phrasal verb see to.

Meaning: If you see to something, you take responsibility for it and make sure it's done.

For example:

  • see to sth The police chief promised he'd see to it that whoever was behind the attacks would be caught and punished.

  • have sth seen to That's a nasty cut. You'd better go to the hospital and have it seen to.

Quick Quiz:

I asked Sophie to design a poster for the next seminar and she said she'd see to it

a. right away

b. after the seminar

c. and tell me if she could do it

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Contributor: Matt Errey