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Definition and similar words in English:

  • so long   
     
    Expression of greeting used by two or more people who meet each other.

Other meanings:

 
greeting
 
when answering the telephone
 
is anyone there?
 
sarcastic: that was foolish
 
expression of puzzlement
 
hello
 
hello (e.g. on phone)
 
A call for response if it is not clear if anyone is present or listening, or if a telephone conversation may have been disconnected.
 
(colloquial) Used sarcastically to imply that the person addressed or referred to has done something the speaker or writer considers to be foolish.
 
An expression of puzzlement or discovery.
 
"Hello!" or an equivalent greeting.
 
A greeting (salutation) said when meeting someone or acknowledging someone’s arrival or presence.
 
A greeting used when answering the telephone.
  • hey   
     
    Expression of greeting used by two or more people who meet each other.
  • good day   
     
    good day (daytime greeting)
     
    good day (daytime greeting)
  • howdy   
     
    Expression of greeting used by two or more people who meet each other.
  • hi   
     
    Expression of greeting used by two or more people who meet each other.
  • Example sentences with "hello", translation memory

    Hello affection, what happens?
    GET PAID TO WRITE ARTICLES ! Hello, We are looking for some writers that are interested in working from their home on a part or full-time basis, to write articles ( and get paid ) If you would...
    Hello world!
    Hello, miss perkins
    Hello, my pretty
    It is said that Nakahira broke a rule and planned the last scene of " Kuroi Tobakushi Akuma no Hidarite " starring Akira KOBAYASHI as all casts would say hello to the audience in a theater and shot that scene , but the company got mad and cut it .
    Hello, everybody
    Hello, Vilches and Liverona
    Hello?Oh, now the battery' s gone dead, has anyone got a charger?
    Well, hello, Brian
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