see your way to doing something

see (one's) way (clear) to (doing something)

To be free or able to do something and agree to do it. Could you see your way to talking to Bill for me? I'm just too nervous to do it myself. Now that our mortgage is paid off, my wife and I can finally see our way clear to moving to France.
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see your ˈway (ˈclear) to doing something

find that it is possible or convenient to do something: Could you see your way clear to lending me some money until next week?
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