When we say good-bye after meeting
If someone say "see you around",
What does it mean?
and What 's the difference between "see you later" ?
later = at no specific time
around = in no specific place.
Both are very casual.
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Thanks for your reply.
One more thing

You mean "See you around" is "See you in no specific place"
So Can I say it under the situation below?

# Teacher to the students after all classes"
" Now All the class finised. Good to come back. See you around~"
It's fine. Probably not to mean back in class, however.

Someone asked about the response to "See you around", and the post got deleted by accident.

Some possible responses are:

(OK), see you.

(Right), see you later.

(OK), bye.

Yeah, see you around.

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