cross that bridge later

cross that bridge later

To deal with a problem, issue, or situation at another point in time. It is recommended especially when the issue is not problematic at the moment. A: "Users might not like having their personal data given to advertisers." B: "We'll cross that bridge later, let's just get the website up and running for now."
See also: bridge, cross, later
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If we can take it on to next season there will be big challenges ahead, but we will cross that bridge later.
If the pitch doesn't get the votes we need then we will just have to cross that bridge later on.
Mom says if it's not one guy it's another, think of them as interchangeable scrabble squares, a's and b's, if you get a q well then we'll cross that bridge later on, otherwise stay put, wait for the moon to cross the black window: you'll notice a white dot or two, that's the sign we want --
Kylie, 36, said: 'If people want to go under the knife, good luck to them, I'll cross that bridge later.