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Dutch Netherlands

doedoei

Interjection USED On Occasion BY Some People

Used as an alternative to the simple "doei" as a way to say goodbye.

"Tot later, doedoei!"

"See you later, doedoei!"

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Dutch Netherlands

joe

Interjection USED Frequently BY Some People

(interj.) • Used as a way to say goodbye. Can be followed by "doei" (the more standard way of saying goodbye) but can also be used by itself.

"Ik zie je morgen weer, joe!"

"I'll see you tomorrow, joe!"

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Dutch Netherlands

dag

Word USED Very frequently BY Most People

(n.) • (day) • Short for "goedendag" "goodday" and is used to say both "hello" and "good-bye".

"Dag Marja! Alles goed?" "Ja prima, maar ik moet er nu weer vandoor" "Oké, dag" "Dag!"

"Day Marja! Everything okay?" "Yes, fine, but I have to run" "Okay, day" "Day!"

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Polish Poland

nara

Slang USED Frequently BY Teens

(for now) • "Nara" comes from "na razie" which literally means "for now". It is used as "see you later" or just "bye".

"Idziesz z nami?" "Nie, muszę lecieć, nara!"

"You coming with us?" "No, I gotta go, later!"

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Turkish Turkey

KİB

Abbreviation USED On Occasion BY Teens

(Take care of yourself) • An abbreviation of 'kendine iyi bakIt', it is mostly used before saying goodbye and telling your friend to take care of themselves well. This shows that you care about them.

"Görüşürüz kardeşim, kib." "Sende kib."

"See you later brother/sister, take care of yourself." "You take care of yourself, too."

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Dutch Netherlands

groetjes

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • (little greetings) • Used as a way to sign off an email, letter or message.

“Ik hoop jullie snel weer te zien. Groetjes, oma.”

“I hope to see you again soon. Little greetings, grandma.”

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English | Brummie West Midlands, United Kingdom

tara-a-bit

Expression USED Frequently BY Working class and older generations

A way of saying ‘goodbye’ or ‘see you later’ used colloquially by people in the West Midlands, particularly common in Brummie and Black Country dialects.

"Tara-a-bit, bab!"

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Spanish Peru

Nos vemos más Tarzán

Expression USED Frequently BY Friends

(See you Tarzaner) • The standard phrase is "nos vemos más tarde" (see you later), and the pun transforms the last word into "Tarzán".

"¿Vienes a mi casa en la noche?" "Sí, nos vemos más Tarzán."

"Are you coming to my house tonight?" "Yeah, see you Tarzaner."

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Spanish Chile

chao pescao

Slang USED Frequently BY Some People

(goodbye fish) • It means “goodbye”, we use it when we leave a place. The addition of the animal is because of the rhyme.

"Chao pescao Jorge, nos vemos mañana."

“Goodbye fish Jorge, see you tomorrow."

Confirmed by 3 people