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“If the UK wants to put forward alternatives … we’re willing to examine that. But we need to see it written down in black and white and know that its workable and legally operable. And we’ve yet to see anything that remotely approaches that.” (The Guardian.)

Does we've yet to see express the unfulfilled obligation of seeing something?

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tkacka15Does we've yet to see express the unfulfilled obligation of seeing something?

There is no obligation implied in the phrase.

We've yet to see = we haven't seen yet

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