Definition of see after in English:

see after

phrasal verb

archaic North American
  • see after someone or somethingTake care of or look after someone or something.

    ‘I'll see after the kids the best I can’
    • ‘He is right in his comments that there is nothing wrong in him being leader, seeing after matters outside of the Parliament.’
    • ‘He was seeing after some of his animals when the lightning struck.’
    • ‘Watson noticed his condition and told him to see after it.’
    • ‘She is a successful businesswoman who divides her time between living in Ireland and going abroad to see after her business interests.’
    • ‘He just have to think and concentrate now on becoming an excellent congressman to see after his people.’