see you soon എത്രയും വേഗം കാണാം

എത്രയും വേഗം കാണാം

see you soon = എത്രയും വേഗം കാണാം

Pronunciation =  see you soon

Pronunciation in Malayalam = സീ യു സൂൺ

see you soon in Malayalam: എത്രയും വേഗം കാണാം

Part of speechphrase of see 

Definition in English: used for saying goodbye to someone you are going to meet again soon 

Definition in Malayalam: വളരെ അടുത്തു തന്നെ പിന്നെയും കാണാൻ പോകുന്ന ആളോട് യാത്ര പറയുന്ന രീതി

Examples in English:

  • I will see you soon.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • ഞാൻ നിന്നെ എത്രയും പെട്ടന്ന് കാണും

Synonyms of see you soon

Synonyms in Malayalam പിന്നെ കണ്ടോളാം, പിന്നീട് കാണാം, ഇനിയും കാണാം, വൈകാതെ കാണാം
Synonyms in English see you later catch you later see you in a while see you again

Antonyms of see you soon

Antonyms in Malayalam ഹലോ ഹായ്
Antonyms in English hello hi hey

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