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What is the difference between au revoir and adieu?


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2009-03-17 09:57:27
2009-03-17 09:57:27

"au revoir" means "bye" or "see you later" and "adieu" means "Bye forever", Let Say when someone is leaving forever or dying, "adieu" would be more appropriate.


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Bon travail = Good Job Adieu = Farewell Au revoir = Goodbye

au revoir (see you later) adieu ( goodbye for long time)

Adieu. Of course, people usually saye good-bye - Au revoir.

"au revoir" is the standard "goodbye". To be more dramatic/formal, you could say "adieu".

Au revoir, which means "we will meet again" Adieu is more formal, and means "farewell"

Au revoir is formal, adieu is less formal.

The traditional words for 'goodbye' in French are 'adieu' and 'au revoir'. The word 'adieu' means 'to God', and therefore tends to be more formal and final. Its initials are A., or A.D. The word 'au revoir' means 'to the seeing again'. Its initials are A.R.

A few ways are, "salut, au revoir, adieu, à bientôt, and à la prochaine".

au revoir- pronounced "ahr ahv-wah"

goodbye for now =aurevoir(pronounced oh-re-vwar)goodbye for ever =adieu (pronounced a-de-yuh)

Goodbye goodbye for the moment

"D'accord, au revoir" means "OK, bye".

The duration of Au Revoir Shanghai is 2700.0 seconds.

The duration of Au Revoir Taipei is 1.42 hours.

The words farewell, adieu, au revoir, ciao, adios, bye, and bye-bye can all be used in place of the word goodbye.

Au revoir means "goodbye" in French.

Au Revoir Taipei was created on 2010-02-14.

good byeThe French words 'Au revoir' mean goodbye in English.

Au revoir! in French is "Goodbye!" in English.

The duration of Au revoir les enfants is 1.73 hours.

Revoir is 'to see again' in French. And 'au revoir' means 'goodbye / see you'.

Au revoir means goodbye in French. Toujours means ever/forever.

à lundi, au revoir means 'see you on Monday, goodbye'.

Au revoir, je pars!orAu revoir, je m'en vais!

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