Idioms with SEE

see eye to eye
to have the same opinion; to agree with each other
They don’t see eye to eye on this issue.

see the point
to understand the reason for something
I didn’t see the point in continuing the discussion.

see the light
to suddenly realize or understand something
She finally saw the light and ended the relationship.

see the light of day
to be made known to the public; to start to exist
Many great business ideas have never seen the light of day.

see something in black and white
to have a simple view of what is right and wrong
It’s a complex issue, but he only sees it in black and white.

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