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see you (later)

Definition of see you later in English:

informal Said when parting from someone.
Example sentences
  • When it comes to it, it will be cheerio, see you later and off we go.
  • David went out and said, ‘I will see you later, mam’, and he never came back.
  • ‘I'll see you later, Mr Cowan,’ he said meaningfully to Ralph.
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