be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something
He verified that the valves were closed
control the quality of the product
See that the curtains are closed
How To Use see to it In A Sentence
- In my next what-d'you-call-it I'll see to it that I get named something really practical -- something that sounds swell and yet is good and virile -- something, in fact, like that grand old name so familiar to every household -- that bold and almost overpowering name, Willis Jimjams Ijams! '' Babbitt
- We must be sure that once victory is achieved, we win the peace and see to it that wars are forever abolished from the face of the earth. Embattled Britain
- These shall be both popular sovereignty and the rights of the individual, and we shall see to it that the new democracy is cleansed from the top to the bottom. Resistance in France
- Bloody certainly have we got to see to it ere smellful demise surprends us on this concrete that down the gullies of the eras we may catch ourselves looking forward to what will in no time be staring you larrikins on the postface in that multimirror megaron of returningties, whirled without end to end. Finnegans Wake
- A primary focus of this investigation is a single verse in Matthew (27: 24-25): So when Pilate saw that he could do nothing, but rather that a riot was beginning, he took some water and washed his hands before the crowd, saying, 'I am innocent of this man's blood; see to it yourselves.' Film
- Your unconscious will see to it that you forget the book, but you don't wish to appear unobliging and will therefore do everything not to forget it.
- If it all works out, I'll see to it that your efforts don't go unrewarded.
- See to it that you're ready on time!
- And I saw to it that my supercargoes did see to it. THE PRINCESS
- We would surely see to it that the military balance was maintained.