[ US /ˈseɪ/ ]
- a toxic nonmetallic element related to sulfur and tellurium; occurs in several allotropic forms; a stable grey metallike allotrope conducts electricity better in the light than in the dark and is used in photocells; occurs in sulfide ores (as pyrite)
How To Use Se In A Sentence
- There were 42 free-kicks, two penalties, four bookings and three players sent off, two of whom had to be escorted from the pitch by police.
- He described the sequence of events leading up to the robbery.
- Season with a pinch of salt and pepper. The Sun
- When the new foods that came from the Americas - peppers, summer squash and especially tomatoes - took hold in the region, a number of closely related dishes were born, including what we call ratatouille - and a man from La Mancha calls pisto, an Ikarian Greek calls soufiko and a Turk calls turlu. NYT > Home Page
- Mix together with as few stirs as possible - mixing too much will make the muffins too dense and heavy. The Sun
- What we do not know are the precise weighting of factors that go into why prices increase at any particular time.
- It would almost be better to have no backbench bills at all than the current system, which offers a false glimmer of hope. Times, Sunday Times
- When we see her, we remember that hot July day doing five knots pulling Jess and Jerry on a tube and Russ skippering his first yacht.
- WorldCom promises not to impose a minimum call charge and no set up or monthly rental fee.
- A little pyrotechnics display tacked on just serves to emphasise its lack of cutting edge. Times, Sunday Times