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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “(just) you wait”

(just) you wait

used as a way of threatening someone
等着瞧(表示威胁)
Just you wait, Maria, till I get my hands on you!
等着瞧,玛丽亚,我会抓住你的!
Threats and warnings
(Definition of (just) you wait from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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