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8 thoughts on “ So Long

  1. Kikus says:
    Define so long. so long synonyms, so long pronunciation, so long translation, English dictionary definition of so long. interj. Informal Used to express goodbye. sentence substitute informal farewell; goodbye adv slang South African for the time being; meanwhile interj.
  2. Goltitilar says:
    So long definition is - —used to express farewell. Time Traveler for so long. The first known use of so long was in See more words from the same year.
  3. Totaur says:
    Good-bye, as in So long, we'll see you next 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. [Colloquial; first half of s].
  4. Fenrikazahn says:
    So long as definition is - during and up to the end of the time that: while. How to use so long as in a sentence.
  5. Gazragore says:
    May 21,  · So Long Lyrics: Hahahaha, Nick you're stupid / Counting up these racks, money so long / I told her, "Goodbye", had to float off / I can't take no L, can't take no loss / She get cut off, told her.
  6. Kashakar says:
    As long as and so long as - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary.
  7. Vudojinn says:
    Sep 13,  · So long definition: You can say so long as an informal way of saying goodbye. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  8. Faekus says:
    'So long' is a common goodbye, but the origin of the phrase is unknown. Some believe it's borrowed from another language, but the strongest evidence is from a Walt Whitman poem.

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