term parents use when a child wants something and they don't say yes or no. Usually means "no", but sometimes it means "yes"
Child: "May I have a puppy?"

Parent(s): "We'll see."
by Karen Stickney January 6, 2007
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An adult was of saying "NO."
Boy: Mommy, can I have my own life?

Mom: We'll see.
by jimmy o'neil October 4, 2009
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It can just simply mean the person is undecided and will make their mind up nearer the time.
I'm watching Napoleon Dynamite next week if you're interested.

Yeah maybe, we'll see :)
by Tina The Llama June 14, 2007
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A phrase used, by the person you love the most in the world, to drive you crazy.
Me: "Can I buy you the prettiest ring in the world?"
Her: "We'll see."
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Always means no. Can be used in combination with "maybe", "I'll let you know", "probably", "we'll see how I feel".
Neenif: wanna hit up North Ave beach?

Sal: Prolly we'll see how I feel I'll let you guys know maybe

Neenif: Era
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"We'll see" is how women say NO to guys they aren't attracted to.
Did you want to come visit me?

I dont know, we'll see.
by scuba steve September 18, 2005
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Saying used to avoid a direct answer, which is most often no. It was first used many years ago by the child created when Jesus, Confucious, and Ghandi gang raped Fergie.
Boyfriend: Please can we watch the game tonight, i've seen this gossip girl like six times
Girlfriend: We'll see
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