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‘see you later’ or ‘see you in…’?

With a time expression, we use later to mean after that time, and in to mean after now. But without a time expression, we can use later to mean after now. Compare: She was taken to the emergency room in the morning and given some basic treatment. She was released a few hours later. [time … Continue reading

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