How do you say "see you soon"?

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How do you say "see you soon"?

Post by cchat » 23 Sep 2006 13:52

How do you say "see you soon" in as many languages as possible please?
I think it is "à bientôt" in French and "hasta la vista" in Spanish
and possibly "Bis bald" in German.
Thanks for your help!

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Post by Fuokusu » 23 Sep 2006 14:01

Japanese :

またね - matane.
じゃね - jane.
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Post by Vikr » 23 Sep 2006 14:30

phir milenge (avec un p+h non un f))

फिर मिलेंगे

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Re: How do you say "see you soon"?

Post by Olivier » 23 Sep 2006 14:44

In Hungarian the usual phrase is just viszontlátásra "good bye" (shorter/familiar form: viszlát).
If you really want to say "soon" you may add "as soon as possible": a mielőbbi viszontlátásra, or rather use a phrase with találkozunk "we will meet", like még találkozunk "we will meet again" or nemsokára találkozunk "we will meet soon".
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Post by bribri » 23 Sep 2006 17:21

En Estonien : Näeme varsti

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Post by Marce79 » 25 Sep 2006 12:35

En Italien: A presto!

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Post by iubito » 25 Sep 2006 15:23

Romanian : Pe curând

Bulgarian : До скоро виждане (Do skoro vizhdane), sometimes I see only До скоро (Do skoro).

Czech : the freelang dictionnary says : na brzkou shledanou !
A+ les cactus !
A izza i ana sacranou
Askaratni kaasoun kaasoun khalidah
Ana mal' anou bihoubbinn raasikhinn
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Post by czort » 25 Sep 2006 15:45

in Polish we use : "do zobaczenia" with no time indication or "na razie" which suits your request better

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Post by nyarzduk » 25 Sep 2006 17:32

In Korean :
if "soon" is the same day : 이따 봐 (itta bwa)
in other cases (literatly "see you next time") : 다음에 봐 (da-eume bwa)
This is when speaking to a friend, to be more polite you can use 뵈요 (bweyo) instead of 봐
Also in these sentences the "w" is often silent.
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Post by Manuela » 25 Sep 2006 18:04

In spanish you'd better say "hasta pronto", instead of "hasta la vista" (which is probably influenced by Terminator 2: "hasta la vista, baby")...
Guten Tarte! Sorry for the time...

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Post by tocamesousCAT » 26 Sep 2006 23:42

En catalan: Fins aviat!

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Post by Gwenael » 27 Sep 2006 20:30

En breton:
Ken bremaik / Ken tuchantik / Ken damaik
A wir galon,
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Post by pc2 » 28 Sep 2006 23:37

in Portuguese / en portugais:
até mais! - the most usual expression. short form of the expression até mais ver!, which is a little less usual. this expression is colloquially pronounced as "teh'mah-is" (without the first "a") ("tè'mays" for French). in a very colloquial level, it's sometimes written as "t+" (the letter t and the math sign +), which, read out loud, has the same sound as the expression.
até logo! - it's colloquially pronounced as "teh'logo" ("tè'logou" for French). almost as usual as "até mais".
até a vista! - has exactly the same sense as "hasta la vista" in Spanish.

in Sanskrit / en sanscrit:
पुनर्दर्शनाय
punar darshanaaya!
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Post by leelou » 04 Oct 2006 14:36

romany, gypsy language: Av sasto
Quand tu te lèves le matin, remercie pour la lumière du jour, la nourriture et le bonheur de vivre. Si tu ne vois pas de raison de remercier, la faute repose en toi-même.
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in swedish

Post by facparov » 04 Oct 2006 15:47

vi ses ikväll

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