let's see


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let's see

1. Let's find out. Before you get too discouraged, let's see what the building inspector has to say.
2. A phrase used to indicate that one is trying to think of or remember something or to look for some information. A: "When can I come in for an appointment?" B: "Let's see. There's an opening at 3 o'clock tomorrow, if that works for you."
See also: see
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But now that they are going to be split up, let's see how they react.
But with games under his belt at 10, let's sees how he goes.
After you've seen the movie, let's see if you're still in Bush's camp.
Let's see more of the likes of Roberto Benigni, who skipped, cavorted and careened into our hearts when he won best foreign language film for his ``Life Is Beautiful,'' which he directed, wrote and starred in.