One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to express the notion that something is not yet known.‘she has broken her leg, but it remains to be seen how badly’
- ‘Whether it can face the fact of defeat or loss of office remains to be seen.’
- ‘Waterloo will begin playoff action on the road, but it remains to be seen where they will travel to.’
- ‘It remains to be seen whether they will succeed in fielding a single candidate as promised.’
- ‘Whether this election was about European issues though, remains to be seen.’
- ‘It remains to be seen whether the film matches the book as a captivating bit of entertainment.’
- ‘How the Church will recover from the latest round of scandals remains to be seen.’
- ‘Whether it will meet any support at the school board table remains to be seen.’
- ‘So that's certainly going to unfold in the next couple of days and remains to be seen.’
- ‘Whether or not he takes further steps to address his problem remains to be seen.’
- ‘Whether or not Québec would be better off as a sovereign nation remains to be seen.’
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