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"See" is a transitive verb which is often translated as "ver", and "oh, okay" is an interjection which is often translated as "vaya, de acuerdo". Learn more about the difference between "see" and "oh, okay" below.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to perceive)
a. ver
We've seen a number of houses, but now we have to choose one.Hemos visto varias casas, pero ahora nos toca escoger una.
2. (to comprehend)
a. ver
I see your point; eating ice cream before working out is not a good idea.Veo lo que quieres decir; comer helado antes de hacer ejercicio no es buena idea.
b. entender
Do you see what I mean?¿Entiendes lo que te digo?
3. (to find out)
a. ver
Go see who is at the door.Ve a ver quién está en la puerta.
b. averiguar
I'm going to go see what all the commotion is.Voy a averiguar la causa del alboroto.
4. (to make sure)
a. asegurarse de
I'll see to it that you get a present.Me aseguraré de que recibas un regalo.
5. (to visualize)
a. imaginar
I can already see myself on the beach. I can't wait for my vacation!Ya me imagino en la playa. ¡Qué ganas tengo de estar de vacaciones!
6. (to visit)
a. ver
I saw my parents just last weekend.Acabo de ver a mis padres el fin de semana pasado.
7. (to receive)
a. ver
If you want the lawyer to see you, you'll have to make an appointment.Si quieren que les vea el abogado, tendrán que pedir cita.
b. atender
Go into the waiting room, please. The doctor will see you right away.Pase a la sala de espera, por favor. El médico le atenderá enseguida.
8. (to date)
a. salir con
Did you know that Ana is seeing a coworker?¿Sabías que Ana sale con un compañero del trabajo?
9. (to accompany)
a. acompañar
I'll see you to the door.Te acompaño a la puerta.
10. (to regard)
a. ver
I see Jake as a friend more than a future partner.Yo veo a Jake como amigo más bien que una futura pareja.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
11. (to perceive)
a. ver
Cats can see in the dark.Los gatos pueden ver en la oscuridad.
12. (to understand)
a. ver
Right now I don't expect you to understand, but one day you'll see.Ahora mismo no espero que lo entiendas, pero un día lo verás.
13. (to find out)
a. averiguar
I'm going to go see if the food is ready.Voy a averiguar si está lista la comida.
14. (to consider)
a. ver
We'll just have to see how this all turns out.Tendremos que esperar a ver cómo terminará esta situación.
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
15. (religion)
a. la sede
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
The Holy See is the central governing body of the Roman Catholic church.La Santa Sede es el gobierno central de la Iglesia católica romana.
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oh, okay
An interjection is a short utterance that expresses emotion, hesitation, or protest (e.g. Wow!).
1. (used to express surprise and understanding)
a. vaya, de acuerdo
It's the same time in Guadalajara, Mexico as it is in Dallas, Texas. - Oh, okay.Es la misma hora en Guadalajara, México como lo es en Dallas, Texas. - Vaya, de acuerdo.
b. ah, vale
Regionalism used in Mexico
Regionalism used in Spain
Virginia isn't going to bring any food, because she supplied all the tables and chairs. - Oh, okay.Virginia no va a traer nada de comida, porque ella proporcionó todas las mesas y sillas. - Ah, vale.
c. ah, okey
Regionalism used in Latin America: all the countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Does not include Spain.
(Latin America)
I know you wanted to go with Federico, but he already left, so you're going with me. - Oh, okay.Sé que querías ir con Federico, pero ya se fue, así que vas conmigo. - Ah, okey.
d. ah, órale
Regionalism used in Mexico
The teacher said that you and I have to work together. - Oh, okay.El profe dijo que tu y yo tenemos que trabajar en equipo. - Ah, órale.
e. ah, dale
Regionalism used in Argentina
We'll see each other tomorrow night then. - Oh, okay.Entonces nos vemos mañana a la noche. - Ah, dale.
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