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I/we'll (have to) see

C1 used to say that you will make a ​decision about something ​later: "Do you ​think there'll be ​time to ​stop and ​eat?" "We'll see."
(Definition of I/we'll (have to) see from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “I/we'll (have to) see”
in Chinese (Simplified) 我/我们到时候再看…
in Chinese (Traditional) 我/我們到時候再看看, 等著瞧…
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