Spanish slang for later
Alright then homie, alrato.
by latindoggg August 21, 2003
Spanish frase meaning "in a while" or "later" in spanish; Combination of the word "al" meaning "towards" and "rato" which means "while". Used mostly by Latin American peoples in normal spanish speaking or in Spanglish(english and spanished fused as one core language). Can be finished off with a spanish name or pronoun that rhymes with "rato".
Sleepy:"Ey, homes!!! Check out my new cuete(gun)!!!"
Mosco:"Al Rato, vato!! Here comes the jura!!!!
by SERENO November 08, 2006

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