No. Ciao is an Italian word. Nevertheless it is common to use "ciao" for saying goodbye in all Spanish speaking countries. When "ciao" is written in Spanish, it is spelled according to Spanish conventions, so it is "chao".
One answer is simply Ciao. Another is Ciao Bello. In the word by word translation, the interjection 'ciao' means 'hello' and 'goodbye'. The masculine adjective 'bello' and the feminine adjective 'bella' mean 'handsome' and 'beautiful', respectively.
Hi and Bye, Beautiful is an English equivalent of 'Ciao, Bella, Ciao'. The interjection 'ciao' means 'hello' and 'goodbye'. The feminine adjective 'bella' means 'beautiful, handsome'. All together, they're pronounced 'chow* BEHL-lah chow'. That's what's said to a 'beautiful' female… Full Answer
Beautiful, goodbye!" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian phrase Bella, Ciao! The feminine singular adjective and greeting most famously serve as the title and refrain of a song associated with Italian country defenders and freedom fighters during World… Full Answer
Ciao or Ciao, Bello is an Italian response to 'Ciao, Bella'. The interjection 'ciao' means 'hello' and 'goodbye'. The feminine adjective 'bella' and the masculine 'bello' mean 'beautiful, handsome'. The feminine phrase is pronounced 'chow* BEHL-lah'. The masculine is pronounced… Full Answer
The Yum Ciao Hoodlums are an Australian comedy/rap duo who have released their new chart topping album titled 'Have Fun with Yum Ciao'. The songs include: Get in the Van Down to Yum Ciao I Want my Yum Ciao Nuggets… Full Answer
Oi! and Tchau! are Portuguese equivalents of the Italian word Ciao! The first example is the equivalent when Ciao means "Hello!" or "Hi!" whereas the second serves as the equivalent of "Bye!" or "Goodbye!" The respective pronunciations will be "oy"… Full Answer