From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsee about something phrasal verb1DEAL WITHto make arrangements or deal with somethingI’d better see about dinner.see about doing somethingClaire’s gone to see about getting tickets for the concert.2we’ll see about that spokena)STOP something THAT IS HAPPENING (also we’ll have to see about that) used to say that you do not know if something will be possible‘I want to go to Joshua’s tonight.’ ‘Well, we’ll have to see about that.’b) (also we’ll soon see about that) used to say that you intend to stop someone from doing what they were planning to do →see→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
see about doing something• Kenji will have to see about getting a visa.we’ll see about that• "I want to go to Joshua's tonight." "Well, we'll have to see about that."• Kim wants to go to this party, huh? Well, we'll see about that!