see out (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb see out (1).

Meaning: If you see someone out, you accompany them out of a room or a building when they're leaving.

Synonym: show out

For example:

  • see sb out Thank you for coming. My assistant will see you out.

  • see sb out Thanks, but you don't need to see me out. I can find my own way.

Quick Quiz:

I saw my guests out

a. before our meeting

b. during our meeting

c. after our meeting

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