A plus tard mean until later. Used at the end of a meeting or conversation, is a familiar and common way of bidding someone goodbye.
it means "see you later"
see you later -> à plus tard (ah plew tar), or à plus (ah plewss) for short.
"Je te parlerai plus tard." You may also use informally, "Ã plus tard !" or "Ã plus !"; or "on s'appelle" if you'll be talking on the phone. sounds like: ah plewss ; oh[n] sah-PELL (The [n] indicates a nasal vowel).
See you soon = On va se revoir plus tard
you talk later on tonight? you talk later in tonight? you talk later some tonight? you talk later any tonight?
"à plus tard" by itself means "see you later". In another context, "remettre à plus tard" means "to postpone"
Je vous donnerai des nouvelles plus tard = I'll update you later
"Plus tard je voudrais ..." means "Later / in the future I would like ..." in French.
"Call me later".
plus tard means later
It means "later"
salut bel homme, Ã plus tard means hello handsome, see you later.
Ã plus (tard), mec is translated 'see you (later), dude'
plus tard I'll do it later: je le ferai plus tard
later -> plus tard (sounds like: plew tar)
well all it means really is allullullations
"I will see you later" in French is "Je te verrai plus tard."