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I AM CONFUSED REGARDING THE VERB FORM OF "SIGHT". IS IT "SEE" OR "SIGHT"?
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Verb - sight; Noun - sighting

Verb - see; Noun - sight
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Hello, mithunchakravarty —and welcome to English Forums.

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If you want a 'verb form' strictly, then the verb is 'sight/sighted/sighted'.
If you are looking for the action verb related to the noun, then 'see/saw/seen' is also appropriate.

Both words have related origins in Old English.
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mithunchakravarty I AM CONFUSED REGARDING THE VERB FORM OF "SIGHT". IS IT "SEE" OR "SIGHT"?
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mithunchakravarty I AM CONFUSED REGARDING THE VERB FORM OF "SIGHT". IS IT "SEE" OR "SIGHT"?

Any dictionary will disentangle this for you. You have to look at their examples and try to understand the differences according to context. The short answer is that "see" is the general verb for the sense of sight, what your eyes do. Of course, "sight" can be a verb, but I would say that it has no partner noun.

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