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I met this guy, he was interested in me and we became close sexually. I am going out of town. He said te extraño or teextraño. I don't understand what he means by this.

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In most parts of Latin America, "te extraño" means "I miss you" (when a word begin with vowel and begin with another vowel, both words are pronounced almost as one, with no clear pause in between).

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