V you right - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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see (one) right
1. To assist someone. I can't thank you enough for seeing me right throughout this process.
2. To pay someone. Make sure you see him right before he leaves. I like to settle all my accounts.
see someone right make sure that a person is appropriately rewarded or looked after. British informal
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.