Definition of hasta la vista in English:

hasta la vista


  • Goodbye; see you later.

    ‘hasta la vista and good luck’
    • ‘Anyhow, I have to get ready to go to work, and that's no joke, so hasta la vista!’
    • ‘Are you looking for a way to say, hasta la vista, America, until things improve?’
    • ‘Hasta la vista baby, Euan has left the building.’
    • ‘Kiss hasta la vista to half of Europe.’
    • ‘Say hasta la vista to that painful process of trying to create the perfect sushi roll.’
    • ‘But if he is selected, its hasta la vista to the $9 billion.’
    • ‘The producers behind the cartoon series, "The Governator," have said hasta la vista to that project.’
    • ‘Maybe I'll help her pack her bags even carry them to her car and say hasta la vista.’
    • ‘She professes to be a staunch Catholic yet came home from work one day and told her husband hasta la vista baby.’
    • ‘I don't have nothing more to tell you about, so hasta la vista, baybee!’




hasta la vista

/ˌhastə ˌla ˈvɪstə/