[ahs-tah lah vees-tah; English hah-stuh luh vee-stuh] /ˈɑs tɑ lɑ ˈvis tɑ; English ˈhɑ stə lə ˈvi stə/
until I see you; until we meet; so long.
Spanish, literally “until the meeting (again),” salutation in parting.
[ahs-tah lwe-gaw; English hah-stuh loo-ey-goh] /ˈɑs tɑ ˈlwɛ gɔ; English ˈhɑ stə luˈeɪ goʊ/ interjection, Spanish. 1. see you later; so long. Spanish, literally “until soon;” salutation in parting.
[ahs-tah mah-nyah-nah; English hah-stuh muh n-yah-nuh] /ˈɑs tɑ mɑˈnyɑ nɑ; English ˈhɑ stə mənˈyɑ nə/ interjection, Spanish. 1. see you tomorrow.
[has-teyt] /ˈhæs teɪt/ adjective, Botany. 1. (of a leaf) triangular or shaped like an arrow, with two spreading lobes at the base. /ˈhæsteɪt/ adjective 1. (of a leaf) having a pointed tip and two outward-pointing lobes at the base
[heyst] /heɪst/ noun 1. swiftness of motion; speed; celerity: He performed his task with great haste. They felt the need for haste. 2. urgent need of quick action; a hurry or rush: to be in haste to get ahead in the world. 3. unnecessarily quick action; thoughtless, rash, or undue speed: Haste makes waste. verb […]