- goodbye; farewell.
Origin of adios
Related Words for adiosfarewell, goodbye, adieu, sendoff, bye-bye, shed, repeal, dump, renounce, scrap, remove, cancel, eliminate, reject, abandon, ditch, jettison, sell, relinquish, unload
Examples from the Web for adios
Historical Examples of adios
If you will excuse us, therefore, we will bid you adios and go forthwith.Harry Escombe
Adios, señores, adios; I do not think we shall ever meet again.Under the Chilian Flag
I could hear the voice, sad and sweet in the distance, calling back, “Adios!”The Rifle Rangers
Captain Mayne Reid
Now you will have to be quick if you wish to get your ticket; so adios, Señor!The Cruise of the Thetis
"Adios," replied the sheriff as he kicked a nearby door for assistance.Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up
Clarence Edward Mulford
- goodbye; farewell
Word Origin for adios
Word Origin and History for adios
1837, American English, from Spanish adios, from phrase a dios vos acomiendo "I commend you to God" (see adieu).