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see (one) right

1. To assist one. I can't thank you enough for seeing me right throughout this process.
2. To pay one. Make sure you see him right before he leaves. I like to settle all my accounts.
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see someone right

make sure that a person is appropriately rewarded or looked after. British informal
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see somebody (all) ˈright

(American English also do somebody ˈright) (informal) make sure that somebody is treated correctly, paid properly for something they have done, etc: If I die, then the company will see my wife right.
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That's exactly what we're seeing right now," Obama said.
In the middle stand the so-called silent majority, sometimes left leaning, sometimes right looking, reacting separately to individual people and events, seeing right and wrong sometimes simultaneously.
What we are seeing right now - with some guys on the disabled list - is he's getting a chance to play and is playing terrific baseball.
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