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vi·de(vī′dē, vē′dā′, wē′-)
v. Abbr. v.
See. Used to direct a reader's attention.
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(used to direct a reader to a specified place in a text, another book, etc) refer to; see (often in the phrases vide ante (see before), vide infra (see below), vide post (see after), vide supra (see above), vide ut supra (see as above), etc). Abbreviation: v or Abbreviationvid
[C16: from Latin]
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vi•de(ˈwi dɛ; Eng. ˈvaɪ di, ˈvi deɪ)
see (used esp. to refer a reader to parts of a text).
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A Latin word meaning see, used to refer a reader to another place in a text or to another text.
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imper (form, Jur) → siehe, vide (liter)
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vide[ˈvaɪdɪ] impers vb → vedi
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n. L. véase.
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