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|English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: good|
|Oyasumi / Oyasumi nasai|
To say "GOOD NIGHT" in Japanese
* Oyasumi - to your family or friends (it's casual)
* Oyasumi nasai - if you want to be polite
You can use both regardless of your sex and the recepients' sex. The difference in these two is just the level of politeness.
Hope that helps.
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