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suck it and see

UK informal
to try something to find out if it will be successful: I'm not sure whether this paint is the right colour for the bedroom - we'll just have to suck it and see.
Translations of “suck it and see”
in Chinese (Traditional) 試試看,姑且一試…
in Chinese (Simplified) 试试看,姑且一试…
(Definition of suck it and see from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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