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    Default "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Good-bye: English
    Au revoir: French
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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Italian: Arrivederci.

    And of course: Ciao.

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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    German: Auf Wiedersehn
    Japanese: さようなら

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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Turkish: Güle güle

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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Adiós (formal) Spanish
    Chau (informal)

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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Azerbaycan: Sag olun.Görüşənədək.

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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Russian: До свидания!

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    Default Re: "Good-bye" in every language we know?

    Allah pa amaan:Pashto
    Pa makha de kha:Pashto
    Allah Hafiz:Urdu
    Rab Raakha:Punjabi

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    Turkish goodbye is sooo sweet

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    Arabic: Maa Esselama / Essalamo eilaykom / Eela leeqa

    (In the Tunisian colloquial Arabic: Besslama.)

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