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let me see (or think)

Definition of let me see or think in English:

Used when one is pausing, trying to remember something, or considering one’s next words: now let me see, where did I put it?
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  • Okay, there must be something good I can mention… let me think… oh yeah, Jackson and I spent a lot of time today building Lego marble runs under the roar of the air conditioning and that was fun.
  • What seemed like an impulsive, friendly thing to do at one moment became, in the space of - oh, let me think, about ten seconds - the worst, most inappropriate and downright clumsy action ever.
  • You first came here, into our parts - let me think - when was it?
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