you wait

just (you) wait (and see)!

You will see that what I have told you or predicted will turn out to be true eventually. I know you're going to get that job, just you wait! Just wait and see, I bet Susan has completely forgiven you by now. You're going to regret the day you ever crossed me, just you wait and see!
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(just) you ˈwait

used to emphasize a threat, warning or promise: Just you wait till your father gets home!I’ll be famous one day, just you wait!
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I would rather see a patient and say, `This is no problem; you'll be fine,' rather than have the conversation, `Why did you wait so long?
Finally, take advantage of traffic jams and annoying lines--really anything that makes you wait.
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The later you wait, the teacher supposed, the better the deals became.