SEE OFF – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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SEE OFF
When you see someone off, you say goodbye to them at the airport or the station just before they depart.

  • We went to the airport to see off the boss.
  • My sister always sees me off at the station.
  • I’ll go to the airport with you to see you off.

How about you? Have you seen anyone off recently? Has anyone seen you off?
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