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Question Hasta entonces....

Is this truly the best way to say "Until then"?

I am perhaps showing how green I am, it's just that 'entonces' does not seem to fit.

"Hasta la proxima [vez]" is my go-to, but if someone refers to a specific time in the future, such as 'around the holidays' or 'next June', is there a better way to say "See ya then"?

Thanks for your insight
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Old September 23, 2017, 01:53 PM
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'Hasta entonces' is commonly used and can be roughly translated as 'See you then' (especially when a time has been set).
'Hasta la próxima' means 'Until the next time' (with no specific time setting).
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