que sera, sera(redirected from que sarà, sarà)
que sera, sera
cliché A phrase that suggests that the future is uncertain or out of one's control, loosely translated as "whatever will be, will be." This spelling of the phrase is based on Spanish, though the phrase itself is probably not Spanish in origin. Well, my application is in the mail, so there's nothing more I can do now. Que sera, sera! 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?"
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