Phrasal Verb of the Day

see to

Today: Tue, 01 Dec 2015

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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

Phrasal Verb quizzes

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