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the jury is (still) out

C2 If the jury is (still) out on a subject, people do not yet know the answer or have not yet decided if it is good or bad: The jury's still out on the safety of irradiated food.
Translations of “the jury is (still) out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (答案或觀點)尚不明確,懸而未決…
in Chinese (Simplified) (答案或观点)尚不明确,悬而未决…
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