Definition of seeing in English:

seeing

Syllabification: see·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈsē-iNG
 
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conjunction

Because; since: seeing as Stuart’s an old friend, I thought I might help him out
More example sentences
  • I can refer to you by whatever offensive terminology I like without defaming you, seeing as you're a person of public interest.
  • He probably feels like he needs to help you, seeing as London is full of crazed taxi drivers.
  • It is only natural especially seeing as Argentina was kind enough to accept as many Irish people as possible in the 19th century.

noun

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1The action of seeing someone or something.
More example sentences
  • Then the audience takes note of what that means, the act of seeing.
1.1 Astronomy The quality of observed images as determined by atmospheric conditions.

Phrases

seeing is believing

proverb You need to see something before you can accept that it really exists or occurs.
More example sentences
  • There were some people who had given up on it, but now seeing is believing.
  • I've seen the newspaper story and photo and seeing is believing.
  • If seeing is believing, this one sure did prove the line right.

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