Definition of seeing in English:

seeing

Line breaks: see¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈsiːɪŋ
 
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conjunction

(seeing as/that)
  • Because; since: seeing that I’m awake, I might as well come with you
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    • 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.
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    • 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: he had given the seeing as ‘fair’

Phrases

seeing is believing

proverb You need to see something before you can accept that it really exists or occurs.
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  • 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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