suck it and see

suck it and see
suck it and see british informal phrase
used for saying that you have to try something before you can know what it is like or whether it will be successful
Thesaurus: to test something or someonesynonym
Main entry: suck

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suck it and see
Brit informal : to try something in order to find out if it is good, effective, etc.

We don't know if it will work. We'll have to just suck it and see. [=try it and see]

a suck-it-and-see approach/situation

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Main Entry:suck

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ˌsuck it and ˈsee f7 idiom
(BrE, informal) used to say that the only way to know if sth is suitable is to try it
Main entry:suckidiom

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