At the end of a conversation a man says: "I am up to see you", what does he want to say?
Thanks a lot.
This doesn't make sense at the end of a conversation.
I'm up for a visit = I'm visiting in this place so I can visit with [someone]. You might hear this as "Yeah, I'm up to see my mom, help her with a few things around the house, etc."
There is also "I'm up for a visit" meaning "I feel well enough to have a visitor." [Perhaps the person has been home sick in bed for a while.]
It doesn't make sense to me to say "I am up to see you" at the end of a conversation.
Perhaps he was inviting you to visit him. Had he been ill or something like that? Or really busy? And now he's saying "This is a good time to come visit me." Maybe.