Idiom: wait and see
— I’ve submitted my novel to 20 publishers and now all I can do is wait and see.
— Before you yell at Sharon, let's wait and see what she has to say.
— Just wait and see—you’re going to love your job in a few weeks when you get used to it.
— So far I've only lost four pounds on this diet but I'm going to wait and see what happens after another two months.
— We want to invest in Africa but we need to wait and see what happens with the economy.
— I'm not sure if changing jobs was a good idea or not. I'll wait and see, I guess.
— I think you should wait and see what the embassy advises before applying for the travel visa.
— Wait and see how good you're going to feel after not eating sugar for a month.
— I have no choice but to wait and see if my employer will give me a second chance after I was late again this week.
— My kids want a dog but we told them we'll have to wait and see if they can do their chores every day for six months.
— Micromanaging is really ineffective. Wait and see if your assistant can complete an assignment without checking on her every single day.
— I asked my boss for the first week of June off and she told me we need to wait and see how many bookings we get the first week of May.
— I'm really not sure yet about Bitcoin. Let's wait and see before we start investing.
— We absolutely love this house but we should wait and see. Our real estate agent has five more houses for us to visit this weekend.
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