suck it and see

suck it and see

To try something new to see what it is like or if it is desirable. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. My parents never allowed me to refuse foods that were new to me. I just had to suck it and see!
See also: and, see, suck

suck it and see

BRITISH, INFORMAL
If you suck it and see, you try something in order to find out if it is a good idea and likely to succeed. We have no way of knowing whether it's the right strategy — we're going to have to suck it and see. Note: You can also use suck-it-and-see before a noun. The Government's suck-it-and-see approach has led to a level of prosperity which is the envy of the world.
See also: and, see, suck

suck it and see

the only way to know if something will work or be suitable is to try it. British informal
See also: and, see, suck

ˌsuck it and ˈsee

(British English, informal) used to say that the only way to know if something is suitable is to try it: With so many different models of mobile phone available, the best way to find out if one is right for you is to suck it and see.
See also: and, see, suck