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    "until tomorrow"



    When someone closes his email/e-mail with "until tomorrow," does it mean see you tomorrow, please?

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    Re: "until tomorrow"

    not a teacher

    It means "Goodbye until tomorrow", when it is expected that you will communicate again in some way or perhaps meet, as you suggest.
    The general form of "until then" is defined here.
    http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/until+then

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