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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseenseen /siːn/ verb  SEEthe past participle of see
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seenDreaming can on the other hand be seen as having a function in resolving emotional conflicts by a process of emotional integration.Mrs Thatcher herself is seen as the guardian of these traditional wisdoms.By mid-morning I had seen enough step wells and gonged enough bells to see me through lifetimes.He really scents the difficulty but thinks it too hard for discussion and so conveniently pretends that he has not seen it.He was also seen on the same Monday slightly later standing at Crown Point, Martlesham.One would have supposed these veteran troops had seen too much of the real thing to seek amusement in playing at battle.