Last modified on 1 April 2014, at 17:52
see things (third-person singular simple present sees things, present participle seeing things, simple past saw things, past participle seen things)
- (idiomatic) To have visual hallucinations.
- It was there before. I think I'm seeing things.
- Used chiefly in continuous tenses (seeing things).
- Not all uses of "see" and "things" together will be idiomatic. For instance:
- "to see things (that) …" is likely literal.
- "to see things are …" is literally "to see that things are …"