Definition of insee in English:

insee

verb

rare
  • 1with object To perceive or discern the true nature of; to observe accurately or perceptively; to have or gain insight into.

  • 2no object To have insight (into something).

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in George Joye (1490x95–1553), evangelical author. From in- + see.

Pronunciation

insee

/ɪnˈsiː/