Wyjdzie w praniu


Lit. “it will all come out in the wash” is what people in Poland say if they are uncertain about an outcome of a decision to commit to something. They say so in order to confirm that there is no way to find out before and, in a way, calm down the others taking part in the enterprise: just move on and it will all be fine. Or: “we’ll see”.

As you may see, this is a slightly different meaning from what English or American people have in mind when using this.

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