goodbye

listen to the pronunciation of goodbye
Englisch - Türkisch
{ü} allahaısmarladık
(Bilgisayar) hoşçakalın
güle güle!

Güle güle. Üzerinde anlaştığımız zamanda görüşürüz. - Goodbye. I'll see you at the time we agreed on.

Güle güle bile demedin. - You didn't even say goodbye.

güle güle/hoşça kal
hoşçakal

Hoşçakal demek için anneme telefon ettim. - I phoned my mom to say goodbye.

Tom hoşçakal demeden gitti. - Tom left without saying goodbye.

{ü} elveda

Tom çocuklarına elveda öpücüğü verdi. - Tom kissed his kids goodbye.

Git ve o ayrılmadan önce ona elveda de. - Go and say goodbye to him before he leaves.

{ü} hoşça kal

Ne alışveriş etmek ne de anneme hoşça kal demek için zamanım vardı. - I had neither the time to go shopping, nor to say goodbye to my mother.

Hoşça kal demeden odadan ayrıldı. - She left the room without saying goodbye.

baybay

Good by penzu.

allaha emanet ol
güle güle

Güle güle ve iyi şanslar. - Goodbye and good luck.

Güle güle bile demedin. - You didn't even say goodbye.

hoşça kalın!
goodby
güle güle

Anneme güle güle demedim. - I didn't say goodbye to my mom.

Güle güle. Üzerinde anlaştığımız zamanda görüşürüz. - Goodbye. I'll see you at the time we agreed on.

say goodbye
veda et

Tom o kadar veda etmedi. - Tom didn't so much as say goodbye.

Veda etmeyecek misin? - Aren't you going to say goodbye?

kiss goodbye
elveda öpücüğü kondurmak
kiss the money goodbye
(deyim) Borç verilen paranın üzerine soğuk su içmek; borç verilen paranın geri geleceğinden ümidi kesmek
wave goodbye
Ayrılırken el sallamak
bid goodbye to
(Fiili Deyim ) -e veda etmek , Allahaısmarladık demek , helalleşmek
goodby
allahaısmarladık
kiss smb. goodbye
veda öpücüğü vermek
kiss smb. goodbye
(fiil)da öpücüğü vermek
kiss something goodbye
üzerine bir bardak su içmek
Englisch - Englisch
farewell; a formula used to another person or persons when the speaker or writer or the person addressed to is departing
An utterance of goodbye, the wishing of farewell to someone

John gave Rebecca a goodbye to wish her luck on her holiday.

See the last Note under By, prep
formulae You say `Goodbye' to someone when you or they are leaving, or at the end of a telephone conversation
When you say your goodbyes, you say something such as `Goodbye' when you leave. He said his goodbyes knowing that a long time would pass before he would see his child again I said a hurried goodbye and walked home in the cold
{ü} Farewell! (expression used when parting)
{i} farewell, see you later
When you say goodbye to someone, you say something such as `Goodbye', `Bye', or `See you', when you or they are leaving. You can also wave goodbye to someone. He left without saying goodbye He wanted to say goodbye to you They came to the front door to wave goodbye
Farewell; a form of address used at parting
to kiss something goodbye: see kiss. used when you are leaving someone, or when they are leaving hello
If you say goodbye or wave goodbye to something that you want or usually have, you accept that you are not going to have it. He has probably said goodbye to his last chance of Olympic gold We can wave goodbye to the sort of protection that people at work need and deserve
farewell; a formula used to another person or persons when the speaker or writer is departing
Alteration (influenced by good day), of God be with you. Word History: No doubt more than one reader has wondered exactly how goodbye is derived from the phrase “God be with you.” To understand this, it is helpful to see earlier forms of the expression, such as God be wy you, god b'w'y, godbwye, god buy' ye, and good-b'wy. The first word of the expression is now good and not God, for good replaced God by analogy with such expressions as good day, perhaps after people no longer had a clear idea of the original sense of the expression. A letter of 1573 written by Gabriel Harvey contains the first recorded use of goodbye: “To requite your gallonde [gallon] of godbwyes, I regive you a pottle of howdyes,” recalling another contraction that is still used
a farewell remark; "they said their good-byes"
au revoir
aloha
cheerio
adios
chimo
cheers
hasta
sayonara
farewell
goodbye cruel world
A call said before taking a stiff drink, especially a shot of vodka
goodbye cruel world
An exclamation made before commiting suicide, or in a suicide note
golden goodbye
A golden goodbye is the same as a golden handshake
Goodbye.
bye
Goodbye.
peace out
Goodbye.
bye-bye
Goodbye.
have a nice day
goodbye.
toodle pip

Right, I'm off. Toodle pip!.

goodbye.
ta ta
goodbye.
so long, and thanks for all the fish
goodbye.
tatty bye
kiss goodbye
To kiss prior to departing
say goodbye
to separate from someone
say goodbye
(literal sense) To wish someone farewell upon their leaving
Goodbye!
toodle-oo
Goodbye!
toodle-pip
goodby
a farewell remark; "they said their good-byes"
goodby
{i} act of saying farewell, parting
goodby
See the last Note under By, prep
goodby
Farewell; a form of address used at parting
goodbyes
plural of goodbye
say goodbye to
say farewell to; lose something; part from
goodbye
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