From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsee what I mean?see what I mean?used when something that happens proves what you said beforeSee what I mean? Every time she calls me up she wants me to do something for her. →mean
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see what I mean?• And little enough for cleverness, if you see what I mean.• BBut you see what I mean.• He had this manner, as if he was a bit above the rest of us, if you see what I mean.• He just has the feelings, if you see what I mean.• You see what I mean about having to keep up with things.• See what I mean, Dad, about this camera being difficult to use?• Do you see what I mean, he was trying?• I think you will see what I mean only after tasting this bread.• You see what I mean when I say it's nothing new, it's been endlessly talked around.