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(just) you wait

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(just) you wait(just) you waitspoken a) British English used to warn or threaten someone I’ll get you back for what you’ve done, just you wait. b) used to tell someone you are sure something will happen It’ll be a huge success. Just you wait. wait
Examples from the Corpus
(just) you waitIt'll be a huge success, just you wait.
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