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buenos días

[bwe-naws th ee-ahs] /ˈbwɛ nɔs ˈði ɑs/
interjection, Spanish.
1.
good morning; good day.
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  • Hazarding a greeting, I interjected "buenos dias" into the darkness.

    The Fortunate Isles

    Mary Stuart Boyd
  • "buenos dias, caballeros," he saluted in his faulty Spanish.

    Port O' Gold

    Louis John Stellman
  • "buenos dias, senors," Sanchez spoke with unusual crispness.

    Port O' Gold

    Louis John Stellman
  • "buenos dias, senor," ceremoniously said the foremost guerrilla.

  • His buenos dias in reply was hearty, and his voice soft and rich.

  • Evidently he had been trained in royal urbanity for he immediately came up to us, shook hands and said, "buenos dias."

    Face to Face with Kaiserism

    James W. Gerard
  • An old gray man approaches; they touch the left arm with the right—an abbreviated hug; say “buenos dias, patron!”

    Pony Tracks Frederic Remington
  • The “buenos dias” that passed between him and Vizcarra showed that it was their first meeting for that day.

    The White Chief Mayne Reid
  • The people are very polite, and when passing one in the road they always say adios (good-by), or buenos dias (good-day).

  • "buenos dias, Señores," said Maraquando, as the young men arose from their meal.

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