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see you in a (little) while
I will meet you again before the day is done. I need to go run some errands, so I'll see you in a little while, OK? A: "Have fun at the party!" B: "Thanks, Mom. See you in a while."
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(I'll) see you in a little while.
a phrase indicating that the speaker will see the person spoken to within a few hours at the most. John: I'll see you in a little while. Jane: Okay. Bye till later. Sally: I have to get dressed for tonight. Fred: I'll pick you up about nine. See you in a little while. Sally: See you.
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