see you (later)

see you (later)

Goodbye (for now); see you again soon. OK, I've got to go—see you later! See you, man. I had a really great time.
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See you.

 and See ya.
Inf. Good-bye. (See also I'll see you later.) Good game, Tom. See ya. See you, old chum. Give me a ring.
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ˈsee you (aˈround)

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ˌsee you ˈlater

(also (I’ll) be ˈseeing you) (spoken) used to say goodbye to somebody who you expect to see again soon
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See you

and See ya
interj. Good-bye. See you, old chum. Give me a ring.
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See you later

and CUL8R
sent. & comp. abb. I will see you later. (see also L8TR. Common colloquial. Also said to people one knows one will never see again.) Have a great trip, Mary. See you later. Bye. CUL8R.
See also: later, see