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que sera sera

A phrase that suggests that the future is uncertain or out of one's control. Its most common spelling is in Spanish, and it is usually understood to mean "whatever will be will be." A: "How are you not stressed about getting your exam grades back?" B: "Oh, que sera sera! I studied, I took the tests—what else can I do now?"
See also: que

jump the queue

To go ahead of someone or multiple people who have been waiting before one. I wanted to shout at the man for jumping the queue, but I was too embarrassed about making a scene. There has been public outrage after it came to light that some people had been jumping the queue for surgery appointments because they had a friend or relative working at their hospital.
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Que pasa?

(ke ˈpɑsə)
interrog. Hello, what’s going on? (Spanish.) Hey, man! Que pasa?
See also: Que