[ahs-tah lah vees-tah; English hah-stuh luh vee-stuh] /ˈɑs tɑ lɑ ˈvis tɑ; English ˈhɑ stə lə ˈvi stə/

interjection, Spanish.
until I see you; until we meet; so long.

good bye
Word Origin


Spanish, literally “until the meeting (again),” salutation in parting.


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