see about sth doing sth: to deal with something, or arrange for something to be done
You should see about getting your hair cut.

see something in sth / sb: to believe that someone or something has a particular quality
I can't understand what you see in her.

see sb off: to go to the place that someone is leaving from in order to say goodbye to them.
My parents came to the airport to see me off.

see sb out: to take someone to the door of a room or building when they are leaving
Don't worry. I will see myself out.

see through sb / sth: to understand that somebody is trying to deceive you.
I saw through it one.

see to sth: to deal with something
Don't worry! I will see to everything when you are away.
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