when you see a couple together, you use this to describe what will probably happen later (sex). that would mean they are gettin' it.
Friend: We're going back to my room later tonight
Friend 2: Damn, I see you gettin' it!
by DISYGI March 7, 2010
To see definitely another person in the future but no specific date,time and place yet agreed upon..

To meet up another without designated rendezvous ..

The happening of meeting up is certain to happen yet the time and place still to be finalized by the parties .
HEATHER : I'm working every day but on Thursday I'll be out for the most part maybe Friday is okay..

HENRI :: I'm not certain on Friday but let's see how things play out ... See you when I see you ..
by Jemburat December 17, 2017
To see definitely another person in the future but no specific date,time and place yet agreed upon..

To meet up another without designated rendezvous ..

The happening of meeting up is certain to happen yet the time and place still to be finalized by the parties .
HEATHER : I'm working every day but on Thursday I'll be out for the most part maybe Friday is okay..

HENRI :: I'm not certain on Friday but let's see how things play out ... See you when I see you ..
by Jemburat December 17, 2017
start to crush on someone, getting attracted to that person,
ill fall when i see you
by roland_jay August 1, 2008
A usual response to the question "Wassup can a loc come up in your crib?"
Saying that you will see he who questions you at your place of work, on top of this we can imply that the two people conversing are from the same place of work
Lamar: "Wassup, can a loc come up in your crib"
Franklin: "Man fuck you, I see you at work"
by WyattB2005 January 15, 2021
A phrase used by a boyfriend or girlfriend when they want to break up with their significant other but don't have the spine to actually say they want to break up.
"So, are you breaking up with me?"

"I don't know. I just want a relationship where I'll see you when I see you."
by Tommyt September 23, 2014