See you tomorrow in Italian

How exactly do you say see you tomorrow in Italian?

If you need to part ways from someone but are doing so only for a brief period of time and you want to stress that your goodbye is only until the next day, this lesson will be useful to learn all the different ways you can say see you tomorrow in Italian.

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How do you say see you tomorrow in Italian

A domani

A domani is the most common way to say see you tomorrow in Italian in informal settings, and it’s also the shortest.

A means to, while domani means tomorrow. All together and taken literally, they translate to “to tomorrow” or “until tomorrow”.

A domani
See you tomorrow
Literally: To tomorrow

Grazie per la chiacchierata. A domani!
Thank you for the chat. See you tomorrow!

two women chatting

Ci vediamo domani

Ci vediamo domani is an expression that is made of a pronoun, ci, meaning ourselves or also each other, vediamo, meaning we see, and domani.

Ci vediamo domani
See you tomorrow
Literally: We see each other tomorrow

Ci vediamo domani prima che inizino le lezioni.
See you tomorrow before classes start.

two boys saying goodbye to each other with their hands

Other ways to say see you tomorrow in Italian

If you want to say see you tomorrow! depending on the time of day, you can use the following expressions:

  • domani mattina (tomorrow morning)
  • domani pomeriggio (tomorrow afternoon)
  • domani sera (tomorrow evening)

All these will be preceded once again by either a or ci vediamo.

Ci vediamo domani mattina

A domani mattina
See you tomorrow morning
Literally: Until tomorrow morning

Ci vediamo domani mattina
See you tomorrow morning
Literally: We see each other tomorrow morning

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Ci vediamo domani pomeriggio

A domani pomeriggio
See you tomorrow afternoon
Literally: Until tomorrow afternoon

Ci vediamo domani pomeriggio
See you tomorrow afternoon
Literally: We see each other tomorrow afternoon


Ci vediamo domani sera

A domani sera
See you tomorrow evening
Literally: Until tomorrow evening

Ci vediamo domani sera
See you tomorrow evening
Literally: We see each other tomorrow evening

a domani sera - see you tomorrow - girl waving goodbye

Expressions with tomorrow in Italian

Let’s wrap up our lesson on how to say see you tomorrow with a few sayings that feature the word domani. For each expression, you will find the translation into English and literal meaning.

Non rimandare a domani quello che puoi fare oggi
Never put off till tomorrow what can be done today
Literally: Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today

Meglio un uovo oggi che una gallina domani
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
Literally: Better an egg today than a chicken tomorrow

Oggi a me, domani a te
Your day will come
Literally: Today to me, tomorrow to you

Oggi qui, domani là
Here today, gone tomorrow
Literally: Today here, tomorrow there

Dall’oggi al domani
All of a sudden, within a single day
Literally: From today to tomorrow

That’s it! Now you know how to pronounce all the different ways to say see you tomorrow in Italian! Remember: all the formulas you have seen in this lesson are suitable to use in informal contexts only.


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