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adios

[ ad-ee-ohs, ah-dee-; Spanish ah-thyaws ]
/ ˌæd iˈoʊs, ˌɑ di-; Spanish ɑˈðyɔs /
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interjection
goodbye; farewell.
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Origin of adios

1830–40, Americanism;<Spanish: literally, to God; cf. adieu
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British Dictionary definitions for adios

adios
/ (ˌædɪˈɒs, Spanish aˈðjos) /

sentence substitute
goodbye; farewell

Word Origin for adios

literally: to God
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