just wait
1. (used emphatically) 
The entrance to the church is so beautiful! - Just wait; the inside is even better.¡La entrada de la iglesia es preciosa! - Espera y verás; el interior es aún mejor.
b. ya verás 
If you think life is difficult now, just wait until you get to be my age.Si la vida te parece difícil ahora, ya verás cuando tengas mi edad.
2. (imperative; used to address one person) 
a. solo espera (informal) (singular) 
You need to be patient; just wait.Hay que tener paciencia; solo espera.
3. (imperative; used to address more than one person) 
a. solo esperen (plural) 
Just wait here; I'm going to call the police.Solo esperen aquí; voy a llamar a la policía.
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