see for yourself

see for yourself
see for yourself phrase
to check what someone has told you by looking at it

It’s all gone – see for yourself.

Thesaurus: to study, check or examine somethingsynonym
Main entry: see

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ˌsee for yourˈself idiom
to find out or look at sth yourself in order to be sure that what sb is saying is true

If you don't believe me, go and see for yourself!

Main entry:seeidiom

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