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goodbyenoun

  • jaさようなら
  • ena remark or gesture used when parting with someone

Examples

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Goodbye.
PLAY
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I'm not good at goodbyes.
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Well then, here's something to remember me by.
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Wow, she's really good at goodbyes.
PLAY
2:06 / --:--
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- I need you to do me one last favor. - Mm-hmm.
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Say goodbye to me now and leave before I wake up.
PLAY
3:30 / --:--
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You asked me to come say goodbye.
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Sayonara.
PLAY
15:18 / --:--
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I came to say goodbye to Bran.
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You have said it.
PLAY
0:25 / --:--
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Well, can you at least stay till the end of the play?
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I mean, I'll go to the airport with you.
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I wanna say goodbye.
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13:50 / --:--
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I think we should just save the goodbyes for tomorrow at lunch.
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Oh, okay.
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And then, tomorrow, I can tell you what a great boss you turned out to be.
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The best boss I ever had.
PLAY
1:33 / --:--
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My last conversation with Luke, he told me not to say goodbye to him.
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Instead, I said...
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"We're good."