Will I see you again?

Will I see you again?

A phrase used, especially at the end of a date, to indicate the speaker's desire to see the listener again in a romantic capacity. A: "I really enjoyed our date tonight. Will I see you again?" B: "Of course! How about dinner next Friday at 8?"
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Will I see you again?

a question asked toward the end of a date implying that further dating would please the speaker. (This question leaves it open to the other party to confirm that the interest is mutual by requesting a further date. Compare this with Can I see you again?) Tom: I had a wonderful time tonight, Mary. Good night. Mary: Will I see you again? Tom: That would be nice. Can I call you tomorrow? "Will I see you again?" asked Sally, cautiously and hopefully.
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