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Good Bye
This page contains the Japanese phrase: Good bye.
You use sayonara if you are not going to see the person for a while or never again. However, I have heard this phrase being used in a way that means ‘see you later‘. Note, Japanese have adapted ‘bye bye’ into their language so you can just say ‘bye bye’ as well; however, this is used with close friends. Other useful greeting phrases are: see you again, see you again 2, see you next week.
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Dialogue
English
Goodbye.
Rōmaji
Sayounara.
Japanese
さようなら

Key Terms
Goodbye. Sayounara. さようなら