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English definition of “let's see”

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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.
Translations of “let's see”
in Chinese (Traditional) 讓我想想看,讓我想一想…
in Chinese (Simplified) 让我想想看,让我想一想…
(Definition of let's see from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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