||imagine that you see things, hallucinate
||If John said there's a ghost in the house, he must be seeing things.
||try to hurt a person who hurt you, get back at
||If a dog bites you, there are many ways to seek revenge.
|seen better days
||not in good condition, worn out
||This jacket has seen better days. Look how the sleeves are worn.
|seen dead in
||(See wouldn't be caught dead)
|seize the opportunity
||act now to gain most, take advantage of
||He seized the opportunity to invest in gold. He didn't wait.
||one who succeeds by his own efforts
||Ming built his business by himself. He's a self-made man.
||a person who will begin to work without a supervisor; a go-getter
||We're looking for self starters - people who can begin a job and work by themselves.
|sell like hotcakes
||sell many, sell fast
||Hockey cards sell like hotcakes. The kids collect them.
||sell a business, sell all assets
||Grandpa was 60 years old when he sold out and moved to Victoria.
||sell information or support
||The Bible tells us that Judas sold out to the bad guys.