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I know him by sight

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  • know someone by sight — know (someone/something) by sight to recognize someone or something. I ve never spoken to him, but I know him by sight. Usage notes: usually used to suggest that you know what someone looks like but not what type of character someone has …   New idioms dictionary

  • know something by sight — know (someone/something) by sight to recognize someone or something. I ve never spoken to him, but I know him by sight. Usage notes: usually used to suggest that you know what someone looks like but not what type of character someone has …   New idioms dictionary

  • know by sight — know (someone/something) by sight to recognize someone or something. I ve never spoken to him, but I know him by sight. Usage notes: usually used to suggest that you know what someone looks like but not what type of character someone has …   New idioms dictionary

  • sight — sight1 [ saıt ] noun *** 1. ) uncount the ability to see using your eyes: EYESIGHT, VISION: I m having laser treatment to improve my sight. Wolf spiders hunt mainly by sight. => SECOND SIGHT a ) the act of seeing something: sight of: I can t… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sight — sightable, adj. sighter, n. /suyt/, n. 1. the power or faculty of seeing; perception of objects by use of the eyes; vision. 2. an act, fact, or instance of seeing. 3. one s range of vision on some specific occasion: Land is in sight. 4. a view;… …   Universalium

  • sight — I UK [saɪt] / US noun Word forms sight : singular sight plural sights *** 1) [uncountable] the ability to see using your eyes Wolf spiders hunt mainly by sight. I m having laser treatment to improve my sight. He has lost 75 per cent of his sight… …   English dictionary

  • sight*/*/*/ — [saɪt] noun I 1) [U] the ability to see using your eyes Syn: eyesight, vision people with poor sight[/ex] 2) [U] the act of seeing someone or something I don t know him personally, but I know him by sight (= I know what he looks like).[/ex] The… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • know — 1 verb past tense knew, past participle known INFORMATION 1 (intransitive, transitive not in progressive) to have information about something: Who knows the answer? | Do you happen to know the time? | When are they arriving? Maybe Mrs. Mott knows …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • sight — [[t]sa͟ɪt[/t]] ♦♦ sights, sighting, sighted 1) N UNCOUNT: oft poss N Someone s sight is their ability to see. My sight is failing, and I can t see to read any more... I use the sense of sound much more than the sense of sight. Syn …   English dictionary

  • sight — sight1 W2S2 [saıt] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(ability to see)¦ 2¦(act of seeing)¦ 3¦(thing you see)¦ 4 in/within sight 5 within/in sight of something 6 in your sights 7 out of sight 8 out of sight, out of mind 9 disappear/vanish from sight …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sight — 1 /saIt/ noun 1 ABILITY TO SEE (U) the physical ability to see: Anne s sight is very good for someone of her age. | He has no sight in his right eye, but his left eye is fine. | lose your sight (=become blind): She had lost her sight in a riding… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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