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- past participle of see
Said as an expression of approval or agreement, or when seeking confirmation of an utterance:‘you will get far, jus' stay on the right track, seen?’
- ‘Go and visit the little doggie, and be sure to leave him a bone or two, seen!’
- ‘Well, hear wah, I man feel proud o miself, so all o onoo know weh you can do, seen!’
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