Definición de wait and see
Ejemplos de frases que contienen wait and see
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We must wait and see. The Sun (2016)I have spoken to my family and other people about choosing England and now we must just wait and see. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We must wait and see what happens. The Sun (2006)We may have to wait and see about that. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)His leg has been iced and now we must wait and see over the next day or so. The Sun (2015)We must now wait and see. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Things may go his way again up there, we must wait and see. The Sun (2006)Well, we will have to wait and see about that. The Sun (2016)We've made him a good offer and if not we must wait and see until the summer. The Sun (2012)I don't know whether to tell him or wait and see if things get serious. The Sun (2012)I can offer only the boring answer: we must wait and see. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But he said: 'Let us wait and see about that. The Sun (2014)The fisherman tells him to be patient: 'You must wait and see if any fish will come this way. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We don't tell them they are going to die, just that we have done all we can and we must wait and see. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She tells me I should move on but something tells me to wait and see whether she's got the courage to leave. The Sun (2011)
Definición de wait and see del Collins Diccionario inglés
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