meaning and examples of the Phrase

Come back when you can stay longer

pronunciation:
British (male):
American (female):
Come back when you can stay longer.
Come back again sometime when your visit can be longer. (Often said by a host or hostess to departing guests.)
John: I really must go. Sue: So glad you could come. Please come back when you can stay longer.
Bill: Well, I hate to eat and run, but I have to get up early tomorrow. Mary: Well, come back when you can stay longer.

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