Definition of 'bye'
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She was given a bye last week as she was too ill to perform. The Sun (2012)The top two in each get a bye to the second round. The Sun (2007)He will play one friendly to say bye bye. The Sun (2010)She has been given a bye through to next week. The Sun (2013)The fastest man in the world gets a bye from the preliminary round this morning. The Sun (2012)So they invented a leg bye. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Britain gets a bye into the final because it is one of five countries that gives most cash to organise the contest. The Sun (2011) Good bye, we are not going to do anything. The Sun (2007)Will Mum come back to say bye? The Sun (2009)Let's next time say bye at the door. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)Bye Say goodbye to designer shoes and handbags. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A leg bye is duly scampered. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I won't get to say bye to my parents. The Sun (2015)If Pakistan ran a leg bye, the other half of the crowd roared. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Good bye for now. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'bye'
British English: bye! /baɪ/ INTERJECTION
Bye! is another way of saying goodbye.
- American English: bye!
- Arabic: !مَعْ السَلامَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: tchau!
- Chinese: 再见！
- Croatian: bok!
- Czech: ahoj! rozloučení
- Danish: farvel
- Dutch: doei!
- European Spanish: ¡adiós!
- Finnish: hei!
- French: salut !
- German: Tschüs!
- Greek: αντίο!
- Italian: ciao!
- Japanese: さよなら！
- Korean: 안녕!
- Norwegian: ha det!
- Polish: do widzenia!
- European Portuguese: tchau!
- Romanian: pa!
- Russian: пока!
- Spanish: ¡adiós!
- Swedish: hej då!
- Thai: ลาก่อน
- Turkish: hoşça kal!
- Ukrainian: Бувай!
- Vietnamese: chào tạm biệt
Definition of bye from the Collins English Dictionary
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