buenos días

[ bwe-naws thee-ahs ]

  1. good morning; good day.

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How to use buenos días in a sentence

  • "Buenos Dias, Señores," said Maraquando, as the young men arose from their meal.

  • “Buenos dias, señors,” said one politely, while his little black eyes roved quickly over the group.

    The Treasure Trail | Marah Ellis Ryan
  • “Muy buenos dias, Señor Padre,” Rosendo greeted him, as the priest dragged himself out into the living room.

    Carmen Ariza | Charles Francis Stocking
  • Hazarding a greeting, I interjected "Buenos dias" into the darkness.

    The Fortunate Isles | Mary Stuart Boyd
  • The “buenos dias” that passed between him and Vizcarra showed that it was their first meeting for that day.

    The White Chief | Mayne Reid