I don't see (what/why/how)(clause)

This means that you don't understand something or don't agree with it. For example, if you're waiting for a long time on an airplane for it to take off, you can say to the person who's riding with you:

I don't see what's taking so long.

This means that you don't understand why it's taking such a long time, and you're angry about it. So "I don't see ___" is used when you don't understand the reason for something and you don't think that there really is a good reason.

Here are some more examples with different endings:

I don't see why not.

I don't see what the big deal is.

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