Translation: from spanish

let's see

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  • let me see — A phrase employed to express reflection • • • Main Entry: ↑see * * * I let me see (or think) used when one is pausing, trying to remember something, or considering one s next words now let me see, where did I put it? II said as an appeal for time …   Useful english dictionary

  • let\ me\ see — • let me see • let us see informal 1. Let us find out by trying or performing an action. Let me see if you can jump over the fence. 2. Give me time to think or remember. I can t come today. Let me see. How about Friday? Let s see. Where did I put …   Словарь американских идиом

  • let\ us\ see — • let me see • let us see informal 1. Let us find out by trying or performing an action. Let me see if you can jump over the fence. 2. Give me time to think or remember. I can t come today. Let me see. How about Friday? Let s see. Where did I put …   Словарь американских идиом

  • let's\ see — • let me see • let us see informal 1. Let us find out by trying or performing an action. Let me see if you can jump over the fence. 2. Give me time to think or remember. I can t come today. Let me see. How about Friday? Let s see. Where did I put …   Словарь американских идиом

  • Let's See — was a Canadian television series broadcast on CBC Television between September 6, 1952 to July 4, 1953. The segment, which had a running time of 15 minutes, was a puppet show with a character named Uncle Chichimus (voice of John Conway), which… …   Wikipedia

  • let me see — or[let us see] {informal} 1. Let us find out by trying or performing an action. * /Let me see if you can jump over the fence./ 2. Give me time to think or remember. * /I can t come today. Let me see. How about Friday?/ * /Let s see. Where did I… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • let me see — or[let us see] {informal} 1. Let us find out by trying or performing an action. * /Let me see if you can jump over the fence./ 2. Give me time to think or remember. * /I can t come today. Let me see. How about Friday?/ * /Let s see. Where did I… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • let's see — 1) used for suggesting that you and one or more other people should find the answer to something let s see if/whether: Let s see if it works. 2) spoken used for saying that you need a moment to think about something Let s see – where was I? 3)… …   English dictionary

  • let's see — 1. I am thinking about this. “Do you have any idea how many people will be there?” “Well, let s see – I don t think I could put a number on it.” Usage notes: used in conversation when you are not sure what to say next 2. I want to discover. Let s …   New idioms dictionary

  • let me see — spoken used for saying that you are thinking about something or trying to remember something It must have been, let me see, 10 years ago …   English dictionary

  • let me see — just a minute, let me think about it …   English contemporary dictionary


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