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Old December 13, 2017, 02:38 AM
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Question “Hasta luego hija”

Today at the post office in Casares, Spain where I am visiting, as I was leaving one of the women who worked there who I had been communicating with said “hasta luego hija.” Obviously this translates to “see you later, daughter” but since I am not her daughter, what did she really mean?

Is it equivalent to saying, “see you later, honey/sweetheart/dear?”
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