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What is the origin of "February"?
to examine or investigate
to discover the true nature of:
I can't see into your thoughts
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Idioms and Phrases with
Understand the true character or nature of, as in
Mother could see into Mary very well and knew exactly what she was up to
. Shakespeare used this idiom in
2 Henry VI
(3:1): “Well hath your Highness seen into this duke.”
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