see the world


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see the world

To travel to many different cities, countries, or regions around the world. I love my children more than life itself, but I do wish I saw the world a bit more before becoming a parent. Living in such a small town made her yearn to set off on her own and see the world.
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see the ˈworld

travel, live or work in many different parts of the world: A lot of students take a year off after university to travel and see the world.
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References in classic literature ?
Most statistical tables are parchingly dry in the reading; not so in the present case, however, where the reader is flooded with whole pipes, barrels, quarts, and gills of good gin and good cheer.
I get to open that door for myself and bring other people in to see the world," she added.
In one of the subtlest, most delicious performances of his career, Tucci imbues this unsavory character with enough sleazy, back-slapping charm and man-to-man ``sincerity'' to make you begin to see the world through his unapologetically larcenous eyes.