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07:00 Sep 22, 2000
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: Ciao
Talk to you soon, Ciao

Summary of answers provided
naáÅéǤèͤءѹãËÁè¹Ð ÊÇÑÊ´Õamarilis
naÊÇÑÊ´Õ , ÅÒ¡è͹
Thai Translation



255 days
ÊÇÑÊ´Õ , ÅÒ¡è͹

A greeting statement that equal to hello or goodbye.
* This is not Thai language, it 's English.

Thai Translation
Local time: 06:20
Native speaker of: Native in ThaiThai
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335 days
áÅéǤèͤءѹãËÁè¹Ð ÊÇÑÊ´Õ

As for "ciao", I'd prefer "ÊÇÑÊ´Õ" (sawaddee) to "ÅÒ¡è͹" (la-gone) cuz "ÅÒ¡è͹" feels more like a farewell and you won't see that person again for a long time.
"talk to you soon" = áÅéǤèͤءѹãËÁè¹Ð
(laew koi kui gun mai na)
Common sentence that ppl use b4 they part from each other for a short time :)

hope it helps :)
btw, "ciao" is Italian ,though..

Local time: 06:20
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