meaning and examples of the Phrase

Don't stay away so long

pronunciation:
British (male):
American (female):
Don't stay away so long.
Rur. Please visit more often. (Said upon the arrival or departure of a guest.)
John: Hi, Bill! Long time no see. Don't stay away so long! Bill: Thanks, John. Good to see you.
Mary: I had a nice time. Thanks for inviting me. Sally: Good to see you, Mary. Next time, don't stay away so long.

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