Definition of wait and see in English:

wait and see

Wait to find out what will happen before doing or deciding something.
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  • Well, we have to wait and see in this case if the defense is going to put in for bail.
  • As to whether we have a capacity to go any further in future Budgets, you'll have to wait and see.
  • However, Sligo must wait and see what the new team for the constituency will deliver.
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