I am looking for a way to know, a tool that tells me, that, for example, the verb to show is the ditransitive semantic extension of the verb to see, simply because to show X Y = to let X see Y.
Let us call this semantic relation the transitivity extension. In the same way as the previous example, this relation binds to know with to inform, to say with to tell, to die with to kill, and so on. It gives the transitive version of an intransitive verb, and gives the ditransitive version of a transitive verb.
There are other such semantic relations on pairs of different parts of speech.
Where can I find such information when I need it? Any accessible and usable semantic ontology that provides that kind of information?
edit: OK I made a mistake in explaining what I want. I meant that you give as input two things: the verb to see and the semantic relation, and the tool outputs to show.