English version

to be continued

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishto be continuedto be continuedused at the end of part of a story, a television show etc to tell people that the story has not finished yet continue
Examples from the Corpus
to be continuedNevertheless, the rewards of finding satisfactory solutions are high enough for experimental work to be continued.This means that conventional spoken broadcast traffic messages will have to be continued for many years.This aid would also have to be continued in the longer term in order to totally eradicate certain diseases.In principle, for a complete representation of the turbulence, this process has to be continued to all orders.Others, perhaps with greater foresight, wanted the strike to be continued until they had created an acceptable alternative political structure.
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