Spanish to English hasta ahora

Dictionary entry: hasta ahora
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Aidan Copenhaver

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the dictionary repeats "later alligator" twice.
 
  • fenixpollo

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    American English
    The Spanish>English entry for "hasta ahora" suggests several translations, including the set phrase "see you later alligator" as well as the shortened version of the same phrase, "later alligator". Unfortunately, there isn't much room left in that entry to separate the two versions and add a sense to them that would clarify the difference between them. We apologize for the confusion.
     
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