wait for it


wait for it
wait for it british informal phrase
used for saying that you are about to tell someone about something silly, funny, or surprising

Tonight’s lucky winner will go away with a cheque for – wait for it – £100,000!

Thesaurus: ways of telling or asking someone to waitsynonym
Main entry: wait

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • wait for it — British informal used for saying that you are about to tell someone about something silly, funny, or surprising Tonight s lucky winner will go away with a cheque for – wait for it – £100,000! …   English dictionary


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