you see

you see

Used as an introduction to an explanation. Many criticize the narrator as being deeply unlikable and downright unreliable, but, you see, that's the entire point of the story! You see, because you didn't repay the loan within two months, the contract stipulates that the lender is entitled to increase interest on the amount by up to 75%.
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you ˈsee

(spoken) used when you are explaining something: You see, the thing is, we won’t be finished before Friday.
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When you see leasing increase and sublease space drop like it did this year, that's an indication that the business community has confidence again, and future progress is likely.
Unless you see do fur, a mink skin ain't no different from a coon hide.
When Janie explains to her friend Pheoby the reason that simply telling her story will not suffice, why she needs to provide the "'understandin' to go 'long wid it,'" she employs a metaphor of vision: Unless you see the fur, you can't tell a mink from a coon.
For the argument that the telescope exemplifies the transition from a traditional understanding that reality is what you see to a modern definition of reality as that which is invisible, see Blumenberg, 617-74.
That is obviously going to create a major player in NYC and I am wondering what type of impact you see for your firm or just for the market itself.
At the same time you see Best Buy coming into the marketplace.