see off

This page is about the phrasal verb see off.

Meaning: If you see somebody off, you go to the place from where they're beginning a journey, like an airport or a railway station, and wish them well as they leave.

For example:

  • see sb off Ruth's family went to see her off at the airport.

  • see off sb The fans are going to the station to see off all the members of the basketball team.

Quick Quiz:

We went to see Francine off

a. in the restaurant

b. at the airport

c. to the movies

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