Phrasal Verbs with SEE

see about
to deal with something
I will have to see about getting a visa soon.

see around
to notice someone regularly in places you go to
I don’t know who she is, but I’ve seen her around.

see off
to go to an airport, train station etc to say goodbye to someone
He saw her off at the train station.

see through
to realize the truth about somebody or something
I could see through his lies straight away.

see to
to take care of something; to be responsible for something
He hired an event planner to see to all of the details of the party.