From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit remains to be seenit remains to be seenUNCERTAINused to say that it is still uncertain whether something will happen or is true It remains to be seen whether the operation was successful. → remain
Examples from the Corpusit remains to be seen• "What is your next film going to be about?'' "Well, that remains to be seen.''• Whether I reach it remains to be seen!• What remains to be seen now is whether it is too late to save the rainforests.• Whether the team can sustain its winning streak remains to be seen.• Steel will make it remains to be seen.• The meaning of prevention in the new Children Act is multifaceted and it remains to be seen how it will be operationalized.• It remains to be seen how many senior citizens will actually benefit from this new plan.• Yet it remains to be seen how strong are the forces of Euro-scepticism in Labour's own ranks.• And it remains to be seen if re- signing Greg Vaughn will be a hit or a miss.• Today it remains to be seen whether Museveni's essentially centralist approach will be more successful than its predecessors.• But it remains to be seen whether that will prove a significant omission.• But it remains to be seen whether this will exacerbate chronic unemployment or solve it.