English version

reserve (your) judgment (on something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreserve (your) judgment (on something)reserve (your) judgment (on something)spoken to not give your opinion about something until a later time when you have more information reserve
Examples from the Corpus
reserve (your) judgment (on something)I think people should reserve judgment.Three appeal court judges reserved judgment.Professor Furmston said he would reserve judgment until next week.
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