Definition of see sense or reason in English:

see sense (or reason)

Realize that one is wrong and start acting sensibly.
More example sentences
  • I have to hope that everybody sees sense and it doesn't come to court.
  • He added: ‘I hope the Government sees sense and rejects graphic warnings on the packet.’
  • One can only hope that Leeds sees sense and changes its plans.
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Pronunciation: ˈflɪp(ə)nt
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