In due time

In due time means "eventually" or "at the right time." In due time is often used to suggest that someone should be patient or to suggest that some event will happen eventually. Often when a person uses it, they are being intentionally vague. Perhaps they don’t have any idea when something will actually happen or they don’t want to reveal when the event will happen. Example: I can’t fix the car right now, but I will get to it in due time.

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