How do you say Goodbye in Chilean?
I suppose by Chilean you mean Spanish:
Goodbye in Spanish is "adiós"
If you mean by Chilean some kind of native American language I'm afraid I can't help you.
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There are several ways to say goodbye. A formal way to say goodbye is - Viszontlátásra! Informal, and or playful phrases are: - Szia!* (Used both to greet and say goodbye) - Pápá (a little child would say that) *note: Hungarian doesn't use auxiliaries to mean more people in phrases. Instead the fact that you say goodbye to more than one people is 'coded' into the verb: Szia (goodbye, my friend) Sziasztok (goodbye, my friendS)
= = = = adiós = goodbye [ˈgʊdˈbaɪ]sustantivo1. despedida (f) adiós (m) * goodbye! -> ¡adiós! * to say goodbye -> despedirse * to say goodbye to somebody -> decir adiós a alguien, despedir a alguien * he can say goodbye to his chances of winning -> puede despedirse del triunfo, puede decir adiós al triunfo