English version

wait and see

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwait and seewait and seespokenWAIT used to say that someone should be patient because they will find out about something later ‘What’s for dinner?’ ‘Wait and see.’ We will just have to wait and see how things develop. wait
Examples from the Corpus
wait and seeI promise you, you just wait and see.I would simply have to wait and see.The best attitude to have towards money matters in 1993 is: wait and see.Until recently, all she and her family could do was wait and see.You said you were going to wait and see.Staff at Oxford Regional health Authority will now have to wait and see how many of them are to keep their jobs.They therefore had decided to wait and see how the operations progressed before attempting to formulate subsequent war strategy.He decided to wait and see what happened in the other rehearsals.
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