To catch sight of; SYN. spot, espy, spy.
To catch sight of
1. To become conscious of
2. To become aware of through the senses; SYN. comprehend.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: saw, seen).
1. To accompany or escort; SYN. escort.
2. To be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something; SYN. check, insure, see to it, ensure, control, ascertain, assure.
3. To check, try, or ascertain; SYN. watch.
4. To consider or deem to be; regard; SYN. consider, reckon, view, regard.
5. To deliberate or decide.
6. To go to see for a social visit.
7. To go to see for professional or business reasons.
8. To match the bet of another player; in poker.
9. To perceive by sight.
10. To receive as a specified guest.
11. To see and understand, have a good eye.
1. To get or catch sight of
2. To look at through or as if through a sight; especially; to test for straightness
3. To aim by means of sights
4. To equip with sights; to adjust the sights of
5. To take aim
6. To look carefully in a particular direction