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Hasta= Until

La= The

Vista= View/Eyesight

The closest English phrase is 'See you later'.

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"until later"

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9y ago

hasta luego means "see you later" in English
Hasta Luego (the H is silent in spanish) is a way to say goodbye to a friend or acquaintance. It is an informal statement which literally means "until later." A close English equivalent is "so long."

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9y ago

See you later, but you could also say hasta mañana which means see you tomorrow.

In English it would be literally translated as "until later." However, it practically means "see you later."

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13y ago

Hasta la vista means "see you later", as if you are planning on seeing them again. Hasta luego means closer to "see you some other time", where you aren't specifically planning on another meeting, but you acknowledge the probability of seeing them again. Hasta manana is another way you may have heard it, but it's meaning is much less vague. It means specifically "see you tomorrow" (manana means tomorrow) and that's self-explanatory.

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13y ago

It means :

see you later !!!!

It is pronounced AH-sta lew-EH-go

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14y ago

See You Later

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15y ago

"until later"

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