English to German: Learn Greetings, Farewells and Goodbyes in German
This page contains several greetings and good byes translated from English to German. Translations include words like Hello and Good bye, plus translations for phrases like Good morning, Good day, Good evening, and Good night.
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English to German Greetings and Goodbyes:
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(Words in bold added/corrected during the last update.)
Hello - Hallo
Welcome - Willkommen
Good morning - Guten Morgen
Good day - Guten Tag
Good evening - Guten Abend
Good night - Gute Nacht
Good bye - Auf Wiedersehen
Bye - Tschüss / Tschüß / Tschau (Friendly)
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