- a conventional expression of greeting or farewell used in the evening
Translations for 'good evening'
- British English: good evening You say 'Good evening' when you are greeting someone in the evening. CONVENTION
- Brazilian Portuguese: boa noite
- Chinese: 晚上好
- European Spanish: buenas tardes
- French: bonsoir
- German: guten Abend
- Italian: buonasera
- Japanese: こんばんわ
- Korean: 저녁인사로 안녕하세요
- Portuguese: boa noite
- Spanish: buenas tardes
Example Sentences Including 'good evening'
"It was a good evening but I have to give thanks to my teammates," said Joseph.
"We have a very good evening menu and a machine like this would only take away from our quality.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2003)
Ah, yes, good evening...' She studied his face as she waited.
As Gladys stepped inside, James Allen called out, `Ah, good evening , Mrs Odowis.
COMMENTATOR Well it's time for good evening and expenses again.
THE ESSENTIAL SPIKE MILLIGAN (2002)
Manager Phil Hogan says apart from the good evening crowd, the bar pulls a strong lunch contingent eager to watch Games highlights.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
Not a good evening for Wenger and co and it could get worse.
So he wished the Coyote a good evening in return, and the two of them fell to talking.
A Plague of Angels
`Vanessa was underneath me but she didn't worry -- even when he stopped and started asking me if I'd had a good evening.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
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