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Meaning of “let's see” in the English Dictionary

"let's see" in British English

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let's see

also let me see/think
used when you want to think carefully about something or are trying to remember: Next Saturday, let's see, that's when we're going to the theatre. The last time I spoke to her was, now let me think, three weeks ago.
(Definition of let's see from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"let’s see" in American English

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let’s see

I am thinking about this: "How many people will be there?" "Well, let’s see – I think it's about 20." Note: Used in conversation when you are not sure what to say next.
Let’s see
Let’s see is also used when you want to discover something: Now that we know what your interests are, let’s see if we can match you to a job you’d like.
(Definition of let’s see from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “let's see”
in Chinese (Simplified) 让我想想看,让我想一想…
in Chinese (Traditional) 讓我想想看,讓我想一想…
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