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10:02 Apr 29, 2001
English to Lithuanian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: goodbye
to greet someone

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Vidmantas Stilius
nasudieu ! sudie ! iki pasimatymo ! viso geroCarole Reade-Kentros



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sudieu ! sudie ! iki pasimatymo ! viso gero

sudieu/sudie ! = goodbye, literally : with God !
iki pasimatymo (or just "iki") = goodbye, literally = until seeing each other
viso gero/viso labo = goodbye, literally = all good !

Carole Reade-Kentros
Local time: 12:21
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1 hr

All that Carole said is absolutely correct (I answered a similar question to Miguel this morning).
However, young people would often use
slang like:
or (the Italian) čiao (which sounds rather čiau in Lithuanian), or čius
(the German Tschuess).
Not to be used in formal letters.

Vidmantas Stilius
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Native speaker of: Native in LithuanianLithuanian
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