interjection, Informal.
I said so long and left.
sentence substitute
(informal) farewell; goodbye
(South African, slang) for the time being; meanwhile
sold on, be
Good-bye, as in So long, we’ll see you next week. The allusion here is puzzling; long presumably means “a long time” and perhaps the sense is “until we meet again after a long time,” but the usage has no such implication. [ ; first half of 1800s ]


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