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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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He said: "I believe we have shot ourselves in the foot - and had the people who selected our team seen the World Cup for the prestigious tournament it is, both Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo would have been in Australia and New Zealand.
But you could tell that this was a person who has seen the world." Having travelled to countries such as Singapore, Bali, Vietnam, France, Australia, Lebanon and Kenya, the artist too can set claim of having seen the world.
"How can I say I've seen the world when I haven't even seen Brazil?" says the 69-year-old.
"I haven't seen the world because my work kept me in one space and it was necessary to be in that space.
Sir Nigel also said that British men had seen the world's sharpest fall in deaths from lung cancer, and in the past decade British women had seen the world's biggest decrease in deaths from breast cancer
YOU'VE seen the world's fastest man at the Sydney Olympics.