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see after someone or something

to take care of someone or something. (The same as but less common than look after someone or something.) Would you please see after Walter? He looks a little pale. I will see after the committee while they are meeting.
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see after

v.
To take care of someone or something: The babysitter will see after the children while we're out.
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