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Greek translation: Αντίο -Γεια σου-Γεια

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13:09 Jun 8, 2001
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: goodbye
would like to know how to say good bye in Greek.
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Greek translation:Αντίο -Γεια σου-Γεια
Explanation:
It always depends on whom you are talking to. The first one is used, usually, when you won΄t see the other person for a long time.The second one is a typical way to greet someone and the third can be both formal and informal.

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Αντίο -Γεια σου-Γεια


Explanation:
It always depends on whom you are talking to. The first one is used, usually, when you won΄t see the other person for a long time.The second one is a typical way to greet someone and the third can be both formal and informal.

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Atalanty
Local time: 13:23
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek
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