What’s the Cebuano or Bisaya translation of "See you
“See you” is translated in Cebuano/Bisaya as:
- Magkita ta puhon. (pronounced as “Mag-kih-tah tah poh-huhn”.)
- Kita ta puhon. (Kih-tah tah puh-huhn.)
- Kita ta sunod. (Kih-tah tah suh-nuhd.)
Example usage in sentence:
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- Thank you! Come again. See you! = “Salamat! Balik mo dinhi. Magkita ta puhon.”
- See you soon my love. = “Magkita ta puhon labs.”
- See you honey. = “Magkita ta puhon honey.”
- I’ll be missing you. See you! = “Mingawon jud ko nimo. Kita ta puhon.”
- Don’t forget to subscribe. See you! = “Ayaw kalimot ug subscribe. Kita ta sunod.”
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"See You in Bisaya/Cebuano?"
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