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See, look or watch?

See Look Watch


See

to notice someone or something with your eyes:
[someone or something comes into your sight]

  • Did you see what it was?


Look

to direct your eyes in the direction of someone or something, so that you can see them:

  • She looked at herself in the mirror.


Watch

to look attentively at someone or something for a period of time:

  • They are watching television.

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