There are multiple ways to say see you in Russian. Below you’ll find the most common of them with the pronunciation and translation in English:
See you! (Lit.: We’ll see each other!)
– До встре́чи!
See you next time! (Lit.: Until next meeting!)
– До ско́рого!
See you soon! (Lit.: Until soon!)
When you need to be more specific about when the next meeting is, you can use one of the following phrases:
– До понеде́льника!
See you on Monday! (Lit.: Until Monday!)
(You might find helpful to learn about the Russian days of week and how to use them in different situations.)
– До встре́чи че́рез неде́лю!
[da fstryé-chee chyé-ryes nee-dyé-lyu]
See you in a week! (Lit.: Until the meeting in a week!)
– Уви́димся на выходны́х!
[u-vée-deem-sya na vy-had-nýh]
See you on weekend! (Lit.: We’ll see each other on weekend!)
You might have noticed that the Russians often use the word дава́й (davai). If you want to sound like a real Russian, you can say see you later like that:
– Ну всё, дава́й, до встре́чи!
[nu fsyo, da-váî, da fstryé-chee]
Ok, well, see you later!
– Дава́й, уви́димся!
Ok, see you later!
Listen to "See you" in Russian
The audio recording includes all the examples (in bold and blue) listed above.