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Translation of "Let me see/Let's see" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

Let me see/Let's see

used when you want to think for a moment about something 讓我/我們想想,讓我/我們看看 "Do you know a shop that sells sports clothes?" "Let me see - I think there's one near the station." 「你知道哪裡有賣運動服裝的店家嗎?」「讓我想想—─我想車站旁邊有一家。」 Thinking and contemplating
Translations of “Let me see/Let's see”
in Chinese (Simplified) 让我/咱们想想,让我/咱们看看…
(Definition of Let me see/Let's see from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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