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  • see you later
  • Used as a farewell, stating the next time the speaker and interlocutor(s) will see each other


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  • And what if I want to come to see you or Maleeha in Gizri?

    Beneath My Mother’s Feet

  • “Ms. Willows,” he said, in a nasal but not unpleasant twang that indicated Chicago somewhere in his background, “good to see you again.”

    Sin City

  • “You fuss so about the faceless thralls, I would see you clearly.”

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • “Lord Sandry was hoping he could see you sort of more privatelike before that, but they want him at their council tonight.”

    Burning Tower

  • The better to see you by, my dear, she mentally cackled at Hugo in her best Big-Bad-Wolf-does-Grandma imitation, and then smiled at her own idiocy.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • “I see you are still keeping the old-age pensioners on trolleys in the hospital corridors,” I said.

    The Empty Family

  • And after doing this for fun for a while, Gerald Marie the ex-husband of Linda Evangelista and owner of Elite Paris came up to me and said, I see you teaching all these girls for free.

    Follow the Model

  • How can You look great! end up being heard as Its nice to see you make an effortfor a change?

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • Aaron knew what he was doing, Biddy—but he would rather have given up all further chance to own Bridal Veil Mountain, before he would see you married to another man.


  • “Well, I did come to see you with a proposition-a plan,” she said.

    Plain Language


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