see out (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb see out (2).

Meaning: to continue until the end of a particular period of time or until the end of a contract or an activity

For example:

  • see out sth After seeing out the month in this job, I'm going to quit and start a new course on teaching English.

  • see sth out We'll see out the current contract, and then find a new supplier.

Quick Quiz:

The Brazilian football star Donaldo didn't see out his contract with the club. He didn't

a. understand it

b. approve it

c. complete it

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